If you’re still here, with me, I hope there’s no need to remind you: VOTE! ~*~ That’s what Woodpecker says!
There’s a reason the Big Money’s paying for those nasty campaign attack ads – they’re expecting you to repay them through your taxes. Vote FOR the candidate they’re attacking. You’ll nip their greed in the butt.
We want our money back.
From the super-rich and their lackeys.
There’s one way to stop those nasty campaign attack ads. Vote FOR the candidate they’re attacking. Remember, there’s a reason the Big Money’s paying for the commercials – and they’re expecting you to repay them. Nip their greed in the bud.
The operative word here, by the way, is nasty. Watch for smear labels that tell you nothing in factual detail.
And be aware, a candidate intent on attacking the rival without upholding his or her own record and thought-out position should be held in great suspicion.
We’re watching a race here in New Hampshire where one candidate is accusing her opponent of failing to achieve changes that she herself stands against. The implication, of course, is that the negative candidate sides with issues that she, in fact, would thwart. I prefer to play straight, rather than twisted like this. You can guess who I’m voting for.
Any examples along these lines in your own districts and states?
It’s far easier to attack another candidate than to declare where you yourself stand. So vote for the candidate those nasty ads target.
It’s the prudent, greed-fightin’ decision.
There’s one way to stop those nasty campaign attack ads. Vote FOR the candidate they’re attacking. You can bet it’s the better choice.
At least that’s what I wrote before Trump entered the picture. How do you categorize any ad against a nasty candidate?
Still, I want to hear positive, detailed programs from candidates across the board, not half-truth smears on the opponent.
When they say “take back the government,” look closer. It’s Big Money at the expense of the People. Don’t let them buy your vote. It’s time real taxpayers take back the republic from the Corporate Welfare System. Just stand together – and follow through.