Friday, May 30, 2008

More air war: Eichhorn’s commercials meet Iowa

Republican George Eichhorn has joined Steve Rathje with on-air commercials in the Republican Senate primary.



George is obviously focusing on the need to cleanse the body politic of the Harkin infection rather than providing his own biography.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm wondering about the electoral map on your site, Sporer. It hasn't been updated for a week. I've seen new polls for PA and WI that are not included.

What's the story?---Spotlight

Anonymous said...

I'll update your Electoral map for you, baby.

For all their liberal bullshit talk, for all their moderate bullshit talk, when push comes to shove, these white fucks that want to be so hip by day, when they close that curtain, they ain't gonna vote for no "Nigger", baby. McCain in a landslide. Doddering old liberal Fink McCain. Sell out my fellow POW's for preferential treatment McCain. At least he served (and was smart enough to get captured - that plays better in politics, play up the POW shit) rather than be an AWOL Alabama Air National Guardsman (Texas Division - Mission Accomplished). Hell yeah, baby, playing it safe and getting captured and sucking some enemy ass (not so's you'll notice) is better than pulling shit like those draft dodgers Limbaugh (pimple on his ass), Cheney (fag 'fraidy cat loud mouth cunt), and Clinton (fucking Rhodes scholar lawyer bullshit artist). We'll be like those krauts on the History Channel lugging atound our cash in wheel barrows after McCain's dumb ass is done with us.

Fucking doomed, baby, fucking doomed.

Right on, Write in Sporer! We can't do no worse!

Now that I think about it, let's play this thing for all it's worth.

Sporer, you heart of gold, cock like a donkey, hero, tell us about your Military Service! Come on baby, we're going to take this thing to the Convention, tell us more about your Military Service, Sporer, we need to know, now!

Anonymous said...

Dude, Vanna White called...... "Buy a clue" was all she said.

Terri said...

Ted:

Since I am relatively new to your site I could not find contact info to send this to you. So, I apologize for being OT but I wanted to know if you heard about this:

New Hampshire Supreme Court Says “No” to Letting 17-Year-Olds Vote in Primaries
May 20th, 2008
On May 19, the New Hampshire Supreme Court said a bill letting underage citizens vote in primaries, if those voters were going to be age 18 by the time of the general election, would violate the State Constitution. New Hampshire is one of the few states in which the State Supreme Court is entitled to decide whether a bill is constitutional or not, before it has become law. Here is the opinion. The case is called Opinion of the Justices, Voting Age in Primaries, 2008-292. The bill, SB 436, had already passed in the Senate, and the House had requested the ruling.

The State Constitution says, “All elections are to be free, and every inhabitant of the state 18 years of age and upwards shall have an equal right to vote in any election.”

Don't we have this same law that allows 17 yo to register?

http://www.ballot-access.org/2008/05/20/new-hampshire-supreme-court-says-no-to-letting-17-year-olds-vote-in-primaries/

Anonymous said...

Sporer has two emails, he will answer TFSporer71559@yahoo.com faster than TFSporer@sporerlaw.com

Terri said...

Thanks so much for the contact info.

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