But while people might scoff at this ad in particular and Mr. Dennis’ campaign in general consider two things.
While one might question the chances of Mr. Dennis this ad, perfectly encapsulates the Democrats in congress who followed Zombie like when Nancy Pelosi marched them toward Obamacare, and for many of those representatives the end of elective office.
I think this ad belongs in every swing state race to illustrate what the democrat candidates who are now challenging the new GOP freshmen will be doing if they get in congress.
As for Mr. Dennis, forgetting the political makeup of this seat there is an interesting chart you should see:
Is it just me or does it seem odd that Nancy Pelosi the champion of the working person, the poor and the downtrodden is raising over 77% of her money in big donations and PAC money.
And what is that 20% OTHER? what does OTHER mean?
And if this race is such a lock what exactly is she spending 1.6 mil on? I’d love to see how much of that is going for salaries.
Anyways one of the most important parts of any race is actually running. I’m sure that NY-9 was considered an impossible race and even with the scandal that cost a certain twittering congressman a seat his democrat replacement had no business losing…right up until the point where he did.
One never knows when a pol might make the mistake that end their viability before a camera. Now I suspect Nancy is unlikely to make the same mistake that Anthony the photogenic did but if such a mistake takes place, wouldn’t it be nice to have a candidate working hard to be ready to take advantage? After all 90 minutes can change an election.
If you don’t believe me, ask Barack Obama.
Or perhaps after election day John Dennis.
Update: Of course should have said “Half the battle” fixed