Disclosure: I worked for the Lamont campaign doing web design and production and some writing for the official blog (from 9/5/06 to 11/07/06).

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

 

Broken Promises

New ad up:



Invite here.
Comments:
Good ad. It not only highlights Lieberman's record but also that he doesn't hold himself accountable.
 
OK, this ad works, this ad is what we have been waiting for!

Gee you know, Joe actually looks better now (statesmanly) than what he looked like back in 1988!

Joe looked like such a whiny opportunistic runt back in 1988, and that 1988 imagery of Joe will score points for us all by itself!

Of course, the script and the content also work well here.

Job well done!

You know, I am starting to personally enjoy this campaign again!
 
The concept that Lieberman actually has to be in the Senate to Represent our interests is ludicrous. He can advocate vital issues on respectable news outlets. That is one way to represent the voter. This ad misses the mark.
 
This is good.

Shave another 4 points off Joe's low information base.

Alan must be looking better and better to that Rosebush colored glasses crowd.

U.S. Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-ME) on Tuesday joined a growing list of Republicans calling for a reassessment of America's strategy in Iraq.

Snowe said in a statement that as conditions in Iraq continue to worsen, "there must be no question among the (Bush) administration, the Congress and the Iraqi unity government that staying the course is neither an option nor a plan."

Snowe said Congress and the administration should be open to alternative plans for the U.S. role in Iraq.


(Snowe is Joe's good buddy who said she would come to Connecticut to stump for the chump.)

Stay the Course Joe. Stay the course.
 
The concept that Lieberman actually has to be in the Senate to Represent our interests is ludicrous.

Then why run?
 
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