Campaigns are all about buzzwords. Some candidates are terribly fond of "socialism", I suspect because they figure their audience doesn't really know what it means and it sounds scary. Then there's "accountability", which seems to be the word-of-the-day for Jeff Lawrence, an Intel exec. running against Earl Blumenauer in Oregon's 3rd Congressional District.
To use a common (but never old) phrase, I don't think that word means what he thinks it means.
Blumenauer has to run for office every two years. He's accountable to voters every time his name appears on the ballot and they can feel free to vote him out when they decide he isn't getting it done.
Lawrence doesn't seem to grasp this concept, as demonstrated in this Willamette Week endorsement interview video. There's only so much stupid one man can be expected to take, and Blumenauer has clearly reached his limit with Lawrence.