Uff da. Even Sibby's video is bound to be better than that. He'll at least have a script from Joseph Farah to read.
For those of you who prefer text to video, here's a transcript of Landon Shaw's SDPB statement:
I am not a politician, and I don't want to be a politician when this is all over. I want to remain people, people like you who are afraid of what is going on with our economic situation, in our schools, all over the country but specifically here in South Dakota. I would like to be given the chance to take your voice, the voice of the majority, and the voice of the people, to Pierre, to tell the people in Pierre that we're not afraid of what's been going on any longer and we're not going to stand for it. I believe it's not the dog in the fight but the fight in the dog, and I got a lot of fight in me and I'll take that for you to Pierre, and I will represent the thoughts and the desires you have, desires like better budgeting and [pause] better education for our chidren that comes from a new place, a fresh idea, a new opportunity out there for us.
As I've knocked door to door, I've had a lot of people contact me and tell me that they're afraid, that they're uncertain of what could happen and what's going to happen in the future. Well, I'm not afraid and I'm not hopeless. I know that with the people's voice being heard things will change and they'll all be better for the most, for the best of us. So send me to Pierre and let me have the opportunity to take your voice and fight for what's right for South Dakota. Thanks, I appreciate it.
—Charlotte Landon Shaw, "Meet the Candidates" video, SDPB, August 2010.
Update 2010.08.26 14:40 CDT: As of right now, Landon Shaw's original SDPB video has 61 views. My annotated version: 155.