The recent Times Daily editorial imploring Tommy Tuberville to take seriously his position as senator elect was spot on. Tuberville, however, continues to display an alarming lack of qualifications for the job.

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P. Glover

Makes me wonder how bad Doug Jones is, if such a un-qualified candidate beat him? Makes me wonder why anyone would vote for someone that didn't know what office he was running for, who was the head of his ticket, nor what city he campaigning in? Maybe it had nothing to do with his qualifications just the "D" behind his name?

David Rau

Cant do any worse than Jones for alabama. Really Mr. Jackson? When Tuberville wants to end Social Security and Medicare. When Tuberville wants to end food stamps for poor Alabama family's. When Tuberville wants to sell TVA to private power and double electric bills. When Tuberville totally supports corrupt Trump and his efforts to steal the election and undermine our democracy. And when Tuberville wants to end Obama care and take away a million people in Alabama's health ins. Thank goodness we have Joe Biden as pres. to stop him.

Scott Jackson

All he has to do is vote the way McConnell tells him to and he should be fine. Or is that strategy only good for Doug Jones with Schumer and Pelosi telling him how to vote. Can't do any worse than Doug Jones did for Alabama.

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