GOP Pin Hopes On Attack Ads, How Very Apropos

The GOP has a plan for November. It does not involve statesmanship, issues or even the slightest hint of any sense of decency whatsoever. We should of course have expected no less from them.

The plan calls for spending $40 million + on doing what they do best…spitting and pissing on anyone who challenges their divine right to rule America. Katherine Harris stated she believes God chooses our “Rulers” but maybe they think putting some cash like that in the collection plate couldn’t hurt either.

Spending 40 mil + on operatives to dig up anything at all that could be of use to smear their opponents is a lot easier than acting in such a way as to actually garner support for themselves on their own merits.

The poll numbers certainly suggest that the GOP plan for America is not cutting it:


Caught in Lies

Admission of lies


Saddam linked to 9/11…What does Iraq have to with 9/11…Nothing.

We don’t torture….except that once and just in those pictures.

We don’t operate secret prisons outside the law….ok we do but that is a good thing…really.

Anyone in this administration involved in outing Valerie Plame is gone…except Karl Rove.

I don’t watch network T.V but those who do apparently have a real treat in store for them.





And some more Hate just for god measure.

Wait we have a couple of bucks left…give ‘em another slice of fear, you just can never have too much fear.

Enjoy your Spit and Piss America….compliments of the GOP.

Read more about it below:

In a Pivotal Year, GOP Plans to Get Personal

Millions to Go to Digging Up Dirt on Democrats

By Jim VandeHei and Chris Cillizza
Washington Post Staff Writers
Sunday, September 10, 2006

Republicans are planning to spend the vast majority of their sizable financial war chest over the final 60 days of the campaign attacking Democratic House and Senate candidates over personal issues and local controversies, GOP officials said," report Jim VandeHei and Chris Cillizza for the Post.

"The National Republican Congressional Committee, which this year dispatched a half-dozen operatives to comb through tax, court and other records looking for damaging information on Democratic candidates, plans to spend more than 90 percent of its $50 million-plus advertising budget on what officials described as negative ads," the article continues.

When you run in an adverse political environment, you try to localize and personalize the race as much as you can," Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.) said.

In a memo released last week, Cole, who is running to succeed Reynolds at the NRCC, expanded on that strategy. The memo recommended that vulnerable incumbents spend $20,000 on a research "package" to find damaging material about challengers and urged that they "define your opponent immediately and unrelentingly."

The Raw Story
Washington Post


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