My tardiness leads the digest today. I apologize but donut holes with Amy Klobuchar, a visit to the local tv stations and a front row seat to the unreleased Kennedy ad kept me busy. Maybe that should lead the digest. Kennedy’s campaign has released the ad that led to the brew ha ha over the Read more →
Archives for September 26, 2006
Mark Kennedy’s U.S. Senate campaign released the ad that got Klobuchar spokeswoman Tara McGuinness fired last week. This is the ad that blogger Noah Kunin accessed (by typing in 18 different passwords) off of the website of Kennedy’s media consultant. Kunin notified McGuinness who viewed the ad. That led to her firing. View the ad Read more →
This one has dirty trick written all over it.
The barbs are flying in the race for Minnesota’s open U.S. Senate seat. Mark Kennedy’s campaign started running a new ad this week criticizing Amy Klobuchar for “broken promises.” It talks about Klobuchar’s role as Hennepin County Attorney and her promises to crack down on felony drug users, gun criminals and repeat offenders. Here’s a Read more →
Sent this to a group of bloggers who’ve expressed an interest in being part of our election night “party.” Still looking for a few more conservative bloggers. Funny, I thought conservatives wanted public radio to give them more attention. (It’s a joke!)
Maybe it’s not a flaw limited to one political party, but is there a philosophical problem Republicans have that prevents them from securing data?
I just saw the ad on KSTP-TV. The National Republican Congressional Committee ad basically tells viewers that Wetterling will raise your taxes if she’s elected. Here’s the text from the ad : “Patty Wetterling just doesn’t get it. Lowering taxes helps families and creates jobs. Yet Patty Wetterling opposes making our tax relief permanent that Read more →