Not Paid for by the Committee to Elect Bob Krumm

Nashville, I think it’s time we talk frankly about Bob Krumm.

Not about any issues or where he stands on them. But about the man himself.

I have met Bob Krumm on one occasion and my first impression of him was, “Wow. He’s really charismatic and charming.” He’s very personable and has a kind of presence that connotes authority and ease with that authority. In person, Bob Krumm comes across like someone you could not help but vote for*.

If you look at the picture on the front of his website, you can get a hint of that. That’s a photo that says, “Yeah, I’m kind of a cutie in a weird way and the sun is right in my eyes.” But you look at that photo and you kind of get what kind of personal energy he has.


Yes, I think we both knew there was going to be a “however.”

However, the picture on his blog does him no favors. He looks fine; he looks like himself, but he also looks like he’s been caught off-guard and you don’t really get a sense of his charisma.

Bob Krumm, I’m not going to say it again**, but you are an attractive guy. You come across as kind of charming and intriguing. If you can get a photographer to capture that on film…

Well, actually, I don’t know what will happen, but something and I’m sure it will be positive. At the least, if your political career flames out in some drug-addled, floozy-laden, bribe-taking, covert-war starting, baby-kicking, dog-running-over, blaspheming scandal the likes of which Tennessee has never seen before, you would have some fabulous photographs that they can show them on the news.

* Not that I will be voting for him, since I’m not even sure what he’s running for or if I’m even one of his potential constituents.
** I don’t think. I don’t intend to make this an ongoing thing.

2 thoughts on “Not Paid for by the Committee to Elect Bob Krumm

  1. B, You flatter me.

    I’ve got some new photos in the works. I am the worst at getting a staged photo taken. I either look like I’m laughing too hard, or like I’ve been drinking too much (and sometimes both simultaneously).

    Oh, and that would have to be one heckuva scandal to outdistance John Ford and Ray Blanton on the scandal scale. I’m just not up to that level of scandal making.

  2. You know, now that I think about it, a man would have to have started scandal making as a tiny boy to out scandal John Ford. That’s a man with ambitious scandalizing, right there.

    For those of you not from Tennesee, check out dude’s wikipedia entry.

    I’m afraid that, even if Bob were to suddenly go very bad, he could never catch up to that. Though, you know, if you’re going to go wrong, go as wrong as you can, I think.

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