rep. shadegg changes his mind

rep. john shadegg (r-az) had planned to retire and not run for re-election in 2008.

it seems that he has now changed his mind and will continue fighting the good fight in the house of representatives:
I had consulted with my family and reached the decision that I would fight for freedom from somewhere else. And there has been a reaction to that decision. The overwhelming reaction has been that people would like me to keep up the fight for freedom inside the U.S. House.

I am overwhelmed and humbled by the reaction of my colleagues. When the conservative movement asks you to stick around, that's a pretty tough request to turn down.

good for him. although if sen. mccain retires his seat, sen. shadegg does have a good ring to it.

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