Congressional Republican candidate Thomas Massie has a near-perfect resume. He earned two degrees from MIT, made a fortune with SensAble Technologies, Inc., and then returned to his hometown in Northern Kentucky, where he and his wife built a solar-powered house from locally harvested materials and are raising a brood of beautiful children. But what his supporters like most about the libertarian judge executive for Lewis County, Kentucky, writes Mike Riggs, is that his fellow government bigwigs hate him.
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