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    “Please Stop” Harry Reid

    “Please Stop” Harry Reid

    Sharron Angle’s campaign finally is rolling out some good television commercials.

    It took Angle a full month to put together a professional campaign team and operation, since she ran the primary essentially from her living room.

    That month has given the highly professional — but abusive — Reid campaign a month to spend millions of dollars attacking Angle. A mainstream media sympathetic to Reid and outwardly hostile to Angle serves as an echo chamber for Reid’s attacks.

    The short term result is a tightening of the polls to where Reid is ahead by low single digits.

    Jay Cost correctly summarizes Reid’s campaign strategy as follows: “… Reid’s sole hope of electoral victory is to make Sharron Angle completely and totally unelectable.”

    But there is one thing Harry Reid cannot change, and that is reality.

    The following ad is a winner:


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    It's always the economy, stupid (Harry loped right into that one, eh?) … and since Reid is a huge contributing factor to the deterioration thereof, Angle is on the electable straight and narrow with her ad focus.

    That was pretty good.

    Could you post the website of candidates that you think are in need of financial help?

    In my state, the conservative candidate (Dr. Coburn) is doing ok and will be re-elected. So, I am looking to where other people need help in getting a conservative elected…



    Van Halen | July 23, 2010 at 7:31 pm

    Great ad – exactly what I would have told her to do. Stick to the hard issues, nevermind going negative on his personality or anything like that. People are voting with their wallets.

    commoncents | July 23, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    Thank you for posting! I used the code w/ a Hat Tip…

    Common Cents

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