Sadler scoffed at Republicans’ high-dollar battle for their party nomination, which he views from a low-dollar vantage point.
“They spent $25 million on the other side in a Republican nomination process, and if you ask most people on the street, they can tell you two things: No. 1, that there is some lawsuit involving tires and China. And No. 2, that the other candidate, they consider him weak or timid or not conservative,” he said. “What a bunch of crap — $25 million, and that’s all we talk about?”