Weprin campaign releases new video

Wednesday, September 07, 2011 - 04:15 PM

Check out the up-beat, if not musically derivative, campaign spot from the Weprin campaign. It'll be running through Election Day next week. According to the Weprin campaign:

The ad prominently features David’s endorsement by the New York Times, which states that David “has far more expertise and fiscal rationality” than his opponent, and points out that David “has promoted education and civil rights and fought to protect senior citizens”.

The ad also notes that the Times warned against Bob Turner’s Tea Party budget ideas, specifically that “Turner would force a reduction in benefits for those on Social Security and Medicare”.  A recent poll conducted by the Global Strategy Group found that when voters are informed about the New York Times endorsement, David Weprin’s lead increases to 23 points over his opponent.


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Poor David "Rabbit" Weprin aka Humpty Dumpty is hoping that the NYT can but his campaign back together so he can win and serve in Congress for 15 months and then become unemployed since his district will be eaten up like a :YUMMY" Juniors Cheesecake by the more senior members if his wins be will be lower than a freshman.

Before there was the "Oracle at Delphi" there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

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The Legislative Budget is Too Damn High

Sep. 08 2011 05:05 AM

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