Friday, September 17, 2010

Harry Mitchell (D) Campaign Ad Features Words "I'm a Republican" Multiple Times

Video embedded below.

"No, he doesn't say he's a Republican -- just all of his supporters announce "I'm a Republican, and I support Harry Mitchell."

Mitchell's party entirely unmentioned. I'm a Republican... I'm a Republican... I'm a Republican... Harry Mitchell.

Slick, huh?

1 comment:

  1. Red Arizonan9/19/2010 5:27 PM

    Mitchell is trying desperately to hide his liberalness, but it's over. David Schweikert, the Republican challenger, is 12 points ahead of him, due to Miitchell's voting record which has been lockstep with Pelosi and the Obama administration. He voted for Obamacare, some of the TARP bailouts, and cardcheck. He doesn't support SB1070, which is even more popular in Arizona than it is in the rest of the country. He's ignored the nonstop Tea Party protests outside his office, he doesn’t represent his Republican-leaning district. He is completely bought and paid for by the unions (
    ocale=english-skin-custom) With early ballots going out in the mail in a couple of weeks,
    there is virtually no way Mitchell can catch up to Schweikert, there are too few undecided
    voters. The national Dems just announced they won't be spending any money on his race, and
    the AFL-CIO and other labor unions have also decided not to spend any money on Arizona
    Congressional races. Whereas the NRCC is pouring money into the race to help Schweikert,
    along with the Club for Growth and independent expenditure committees like the 60 Plus
    Association. Thanks to 60+, Schweikert has more TV ads playing now than Mitchell. I predict
    Schweikert wins by close to double digits.


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