Scott Kleeb has been in the Senate race for, what, ten minutes?
And he’s already gone negative on Tony Raimondo.
Kleeb said the biggest difference between the two is that he, unlike his opponent, has always been a Democrat.
Noting that Raimondo opted not to compete with Johanns in a Republican primary, Kleeb asked how the businessman expected to beat the former governor in the general election.
So when Kleeb rips off the Obama campaign by talking about “Change”, you’ll know that it’s “change from running the positive campaign that Nebraskans hoped for.”
Oh wait, did we say he ripped off the Obama campaign?
Why, yes, we did.
Take a gander at the top mast image from the new Kleeb website:
Now, take a look at the Lord-God-Obama mast image from the Obama site:
Note the blue fade to white? The “Change!” and “Believe!”mantras.
If we don’t hear Kleeb exclaim “Hope!” at some point, we’ll be severely disappointed.
Oh and by the way kids, you think Raimondo is in this campaign for his health?
You think he’s going to take these cracks lying down?
(…even if he does have the dullest campaign website around…)
This is gonna be fuuuun to watch.
By the way, we should have noted Kleeb’s main altruistic point in his announcement:
There are no Republican issues, no Democrat issues. There are only our issues.
So, Scott, why then do you point out what party Raimondo came from? If it’s all about “the issues” that shouldn’t matter right? Help us out here Scotty.