Former Virginia governor Mark Warner brings Democratic Senatorial candidate Jim Webb to Floyd today for a “town meeting” at the Country Store — an event Warner’s handlers call “non-political.”

Let’s see: A former governor with Presidential aspirations (even though he’s pulled out of the race for 2008), a Senatorial candidate locked in a neck-and-neck run for a seat that could determine whether or not his party gains control of the Senate and a “non-political event.”

Which one of these does not mesh with the other two?

Sorry guys. My mama drowned the dumb ones.