Category Archives: 2014 Election

Turtles All the Way Down

I nominate this for second-silliest US political ad to make reference to a turtle:

The candidate, Dwayne Stovall, is a Tea Party guy trying to unseat Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tx) in a primary…although the ad seems to be as much about someone and something else.

The holder of the turtle-reference championship, of course, remains the wonderful and bizarre ad by Mike Gravel in 2007 as part of his quixotic campaign for the Presidency.

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The Nadir of the Florida Democratic Party

The leading candidate for the Florida Democratic Party’s nomination for the Governorship just said that Jeb Bush was a ‘great’ governor and would make a good President. And the Democratic party wants me to vote for Crist?

Of course, Crist himself was a Republican governor not so long ago. And before that, he was ‘chain-gang Charlie’, the Florida Attorney General who, in addition to wanting endless harsh sentences, personally argued before an appeals court that a high school girl who sent a naked picture of herself to a boy who then shared it around should have to register as a sex offender.

Vote for Nan Rich in the primary on August 26, 2014.

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A Second Swallow

Another strong Democratic video: The Cost of Speaker Boehner’s Repeal:

“One swallow doesn’t make a summer.” How many makes winter?

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Have Democrats Learned to Play Hardball?

Years of experience counsels otherwise, but then there is this:

(Spotted via Digby.)

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