Craig James is running for the US Senate and will run in the March Texas primary.
No, not the James Bond Craig James. The ESPN College Football Analyst Craig James. The one who couldn’t fill out an AP College Football Top 25 Poll any better than my 10-year old daughter.
The Craig James who hired a public relations firm to smear a head football coach that his son happened to play for. Adam James complained to daddy that then Texas Tech coach Mike Leach was a meanie and made him do things he didn’t want to do. Like workout with the team.
Like father, like son. The Craig James who passed out after a workout.
Former SMU standout Craig James will file his candidacy for the U.S. Senate by Thursday's deadline, according to sources close to his developing campaign.
James, an ESPN college football analyst, is hoping that his name recognition and fresh face makes him the alternative to Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst. Former Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert and former Solicitor General Ted Cruz are the other major contenders.
Fortunately, election law prevents him from being on the air while he is a candidate for federal office or while he is serving in any capacity.
Texas voters, please take one for the team, here. Swing your sword! The talk about “Constitution, Free Markets and American Exceptionalism” sounds good on the surface, but this blowhard has about as much business affecting US economic and foreign policy as he does voting in the AP Top 25. Which is none.
For the love of God and all that is good for Texas and this country, don’t let this guy get elected. Five Dead Hookers and Americans everywhere will thank you.