Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Sharrontology STILL Spinning Out of Control

This is the new ad Harry Reid is using against Sharron Angle. Unlike that EPIC FAIL of a hit piece I mentioned earlier, this one uses facts, targets the intended voters well, has a clear message, and is owned up to by Reid.

Oh, and did I mention it's all true?

Angle hammered the escrow fund a month ago, declaring that "Government shouldn't be doing that to a private company" and calling it a "slush fund." She then quickly retracted the comment, bluntly stating that she was "incorrect" to call it a slush fund. But that retraction isn't letting her off the hook as far as political attacks are concerned.

Really? Does Sharrontology Obtuse Angle really believe we Nevadans love the idea of letting BP off the hook as The Gulf has become an ecological nightmare, destroying not just the land, but also the livelihood of many thousands of people?

Now wonder why her stunning political collapse continues.

The new Reuters/Ipsos poll of the Nevada Senate race gives Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid a narrow lead over his Republican challenger, former state Rep. Sharron Angle -- and a really big lead if turnout were to be higher than currently expected.
The numbers, among likely voters: Reid 48%, Angle 44%. There is no prior Reuters/Ipsos poll for direct comparison. The TPM Poll Averagegives Reid a lead of 45.1%-42.7%.
The kicker: Among the larger pool of registered voters, Reid leads by a phenomenal 52%-36%. So clearly, the job for Dem groups is to mobilize voters for Reid -- and against Angle's right-wing positions.

Yes, it is. If we don't want an absolute lunatic "representing" us, we have to get out and vote... And encourage all our friends, family, and neighbors to do the same! After all, why would we want someone who asks for our vote, then votes against our best interest as she continues raking in the contributions from her "Tea Party, Inc." BFFs?

And she thinks a new campaign spokesperson from the lovely FAILs that were Rudy Giuliani's "Noun, Verb, and 9/11" presidential campaign and Steve Poizner's "forget that I sold myself as a moderate, I'm now a conservative tea partier!" California Gubernatorial campaign will save her? Ay, yay, yay...

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