By JEFF INGLIS  |  May 5, 2010

So little wonder that by the end of his video rant, Humpage’s temper had gotten the better of him. He ended by cutting off his nose to spite his face, all but endorsing any of the Republicans in the race, by virtue of endorsing against every single Democrat: “What does it say about a candidate if he or she makes an important decision without all of the facts and without understanding all of the consequences. Is that really someone you want representing you as your governor?”

Jeff Inglis can be reached atjinglis@phx.com.

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