Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Senator George Allen on the hot seat
GOPer in trouble; hire Goebbels!
Please, all good Virginians, come to the sid of your country and get this doofus out of Washington.
He doesn't seem to have a clue about much of anything.
If, by some miracle produced by Diebold, this guy wins the presidency, I am out of here. It will be the last proof needed that this country is finished.
Senator George Allen on the hot seat:
Facing an unexpectedly strong challenge from Jim Webb in the Virginia Senate race, Sen. Allen hires Scott Howell, the hardball playing 'Hitler' media guy, to craft his campaign advertising
It is no deep secret that Virginia's junior Republican Senator George Allen -- who is up for re-election this November -- is interested in the GOP's 2008 presidential nomination. Over the past several months, Allen has been out raising money, boosting his public profile through a number of appearances on television's talking head programs, courted the GOP's base -- which included an appearance at a gathering sponsored by the ultra-conservative and ultra-secretive Council for National Policy, and put together a hardball playing dream team of political advisors, strategists, and media consultants.
However, before Allen can make waves nationally, he must take care of business at home. Once considered a shoo-in for re-election, Allen is instead facing a formidable challenge from Democratic Party candidate James Webb. A Republican-turned-Democrat, Webb is a highly decorated Vietnam War veteran whose record of public service includes serving Secretary of the Navy under President Ronald Reagan.