A super-fast update — as we don’t currently have time for anything further — on the goings on of the past week or so. Mainly so you have the opportunity to comment anew.
Deb Fischer brought a slew of people from Valentine, Nebraska to refute the piece of garbage ad that Bob Kerrey has put out. Kerrey, it seems, believes that because Deb Fischer’s husband’s family had a fence dispute that goes back to the 1930’s, Nebraskans should elect him to the U.S. Senate.
Did the Fischer family have a strong legal position? Well, their lawyer, Warren Argenbright certainly thought so or he would not have signed their petition, as their attorney. Interesting.
But Bob Kerrey and his smear campaign put up an ad featuring THREE local Democrats who don’t like Deb Fischer.
Now THERE’s the campaign tactics of a candidate with momentum, yeah?
That and doing a complete 180 on one of his biggest positions – Cap and Trade.
Or maybe Kerrey’s just double digits behind and will do anything to win.
Watched the Lee Terry – John Ewing debate the other night. There’s 60 minutes of breathing that we will never get back.
We are sure it flipped supporters of both sides back and forth [#SarcasmAlert]. (Who were the only ones watching, by the way.)
Here’s the upshot: Ewing would vote to raise taxes and support ObamaCare and his first vote would be for Nancy Pelosi as Speaker. Terry will be the opposite.
Feel free to vote.
And on that 2nd Presidential debate last night…
My they were feisty! Well, at least the President had a Red Bull before this one. What else to explain his incessant interrupting of Romney — especially when Romney was about to refute a bogus point he just made (we note the one on Obama’s Chinese pension.)
All in all, we didn’t think it moved the needle much.
So how to explain Frank Luntz’s polling group that went wildly for Romney?
Things are happening.
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