10 comments

  1. seenbetrdayz says:

    I like the reference to Johnny’s opponent’s support for Obama’s liberal agenda. It really sealed my vote for a guy who supported Bush and his liberal agen—

    Crap.

  2. GaConservative23 says:

    That’s a well done ad.

    I like the people (probably actors) speaking for him instead of some generic voice-over.

  3. NoTeabagging says:

    Candidates are so funny. Bring out the pod people, pull the string.

    They think voters are hard wired to accept them by tossing out the words “Conservative” and “Liberal” in the proper order and we’ll just march off to the voting booth without giving it another thought. Guess my microchip implant didn’t get programmed.

    PS what orifice did he use to pull out the “energy tax” phrase?

    copy and paste from another blog:
    Johnny voted Yes for the stimulus and bailout under W. Bush. Johnny only voted No under President Obama. Johnny’s spending record under a Republican president is terrible, but with a Democrat in the White House, Johnny suddenly discovers fiscal conservancy and the fact there is a huge national debt.

    Johnny is sounding more like the “I voted for it before I voted against it” guy.

  4. ACCmoderate says:

    Was there really a need to take the jab at Thurmond? I haven’t seen any polling, but I don’t think its close enough to even warrant a mention of his presence in this campaign.

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