Monday, November 12, 2007



Tomorrow morning the Public Campaign Action Fund has a little surprise in store for George Bush's Lord Chief Obstructionist, Kentucky rubber stamp Republican Mitch McConnell. McConnell, who is so closely tied to Bush and every single one of his most heinous and catastrophic policies, both domestic and foreign, that he has seen his job approval rating sinking into a place where few senators up for re-election recover fast enough to be able to claim victory. McConnell has decided to take the bull by the horns and start deploying some of those millions and millions of dollars in bribes he gets paid by lobbyists for big corporations. In fact, on Friday, just days after Kentucky's Republican governor was defeated in a landslide, McConnell became the first Senate incumbent in the country to begin running ads for his re-election. And he doesn't even have a Democratic opponent yet.

Well, he has a whole stateful of Democratic opponents and many have chipped in and come up with some ads to answer McConnell's misleading TV spots. First watch McConnell's ad:

Now here's the direct answer from the Public Campaign Action Fund. I like the job they did helping Kentucky voters look at McConnell a little more objectively:

If you enjoyed that you'd probably enjoy the famous iPod ad McConnell and his cronies tried-- unsuccessfully-- to have banned. For his troubles it's being run again this week in Louisville and Lexington.

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