"I'm a moderate Republican, and yet my party has run away from that," Camm said. "So give me a moderate Democrat."
I may steal that in the future.
John Camm has been a Republican since the Nixon Administration, but the 63-year-old Tucson accountant says he will likely support a Democrat for Congress in November. He is splitting with his party over access to health insurance as well as its recent overhaul of the nation's income tax system. He also supports gun control measures that the party has rejected.
It's a small world after all.