October 4, 2006

You know your campaign may be in trouble if.....

I saw this on "Countdown" and it just cracked me up...

If you find yourself saying in a campaign ad that you're truly sorry for cheating on your wife, and denying ever abusing the woman you had the affair with...
your campaign just MIGHT be in trouble.

That's what Scranton, PA congressman Don Sherwood is doing. And surprisingly enough, he's a Republican.

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And FOX News turned 10 years old this week.

That's not really news, but then again, neither is FOX. -rim shot-

4 Comments:

At 10/05/2006 12:05 AM, Blogger Craig said...

Dope, I just got back from the debate and it was brutal. I mean, I expected Phil to come away looking better, but she was awful. At one point she yelled at the crowd, her cell phone went off during her closing, and she compared middle eastern men to cokroaches. It was bad news, I hope you were there, whoever you are.

 
At 10/05/2006 2:55 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

Sounds like it would have been something to see. Unfortunately I didn't receive any notice about this debate, so was not there.

If you wish, write up an account and perhaps it could go up as a guest post.

 
At 10/06/2006 8:30 AM, Blogger A_A_D said...

The Turtle-Woman vs. Duh-Hare

yet another argument for a strong and vigorous third party

 
At 10/06/2006 8:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about a vibrant and alive Dem party that doesn't consist of about 10 people? How about promoting and "allowing" someone other than legacy dufuses to run?

HELL, even a legit primary would be a step in the right direction.

The RI County Dems are absolutely incestuous, fossilized, and paralized.

The Republicans obviously are lucky to even find anyone to run (witness the clueless Zinga, Republican's STILL think that image will trump everything else, and they've ridden that belief to defeat after defeat after defeat. So we see how stupid they are.)

But if this Dem crowd doesn't get some new blood and fast, they'll go down the tubes.

 

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