Munsterman said Senator Thune and Governor Rounds are "tuned in" to South Dakota taxpayer views on health care reform and are emerging as national advocates to stop the "Washington train wreck".
I'm sorry, Rounds and Thune certainly don't speak for me. IMHO the "Washington train wreck," if there is one, is being caused by the extremely well-funded interests that do not want any health reform, thank you very much.
The word "glib" again comes to mind:
From Merriam-Webster's online dictionary:
* Main Entry: glib
* Pronunciation: \ˈglib\
* Function: adjective
* Inflected Form(s): glib·ber; glib·best
* Etymology: probably modification of Low German glibberig slippery
* Date: 1584
1 a : marked by ease and informality : nonchalant b : showing little forethought or preparation : offhand
c : lacking depth and substance : superficial