Thursday, April 30, 2009

Republican Party Has A Message For Democratic Voters In Pennsylvania-- And It's A Very Strong One


Democrats Inside-the-Beltway are all excited because they feel like they won a little great big partisan game-- stealing a key player from the other team-- but Specter will probably prove to be far more trouble than he's worth. And while Democratic partisan hacks are whooping it up over their "coup," Republicans have taken it upon themselves to go directly to Pennsylvania Democrats and tell them something Reid and the DSCC are hoping voters will develop amnesia over: Specter's excellent relationship with George Bush. Here's the message the NRSC sent out today to Democrats in the Keystone State:

And as for the Republican Party's desperate rebranding efforts today, Bob Fertig has a great idea: think Raelian.

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At 12:48 PM, Anonymous Lee said...

well I just got another robo call. This time it was about Specter voting no on the budget and Sestak voting yes. I could not hear who it was from...

At 12:51 PM, Anonymous Balakirev said...

You do realize the ultimate revenge for the Republicans would be for them to switch en masse and join the Democrats?

...and on another subject, why doesn't anybody blog about the wingnuts ensconced in AOL's headlines department? I just signed on, and discovered this:

"Big Tax Hikes Coming Soon: Middle Class Is About to Feel the Pain."

...which is a lie, and 100% Republican talking point, too.

At 1:55 PM, Anonymous Jacqrat said...

Someone needs to tell Bob Fertig that he forgot to put Jesus on top of that dinosaur- 'cause you know they believe and want our school to teach that "truthiness" about when the Earth was created, and all.

At 2:56 PM, Anonymous swinefluboy said...

swine flu is here and people need to take it more seriously

At 6:34 PM, Anonymous me said...

"but Specter will probably prove to be far more trouble than he's worth"

You got that right. Specter is a giant POS and has been forever.

This move of his proves beyond any doubt that his interests are limited to himself, and do not include those of the country.


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