Well, this should be fun:
One of the more infamous storylines of the 2010 campaign was Sharron Angle's incredibly testy relationship with the media. [...]
But now that Angle is running for a House seat and needs the publicity, the GOP candidate has had a change of heart. An Angle adviser tells Nevada's KOLO-TV that she wants to change her image and be more accessible to the press during the upcoming campaign.
This is great news—no, not for the media—for her competition in the Republican primary, and fantastic news for her Democratic opponent if she manages to eke out a win in a fractured GOP field.
Because when you think about what we got from candidate Angle when she was hiding from the media ... "Second Amendment remedies", the "wicked ways" of Social Security, privatizing VA hospitals, mocking autism, claiming there were domestic enemies in Congress, and Sharia law in Michigan, to name just a few ... imagine the gems we'll get from an accessible Angle.