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April 22, 2014 - 11:51 am

Terri Lynn Land is running for US Senate in Michigan. She has a one-word response for her Democrat opponent and his “war on women” schtick.

This is perfect. I don’t know anything about Land on the issues yet, but based on this ad, I like her and I suspect most viewers will too. She comes off as charming, yet no-nonsense at the same time. Land’s response taps right into how real people actually talk about the absurd, and it leaves the Democrats nowhere to go. Land is set to “Really?” them every time they claim “war on women” or any other ridiculous accusation that Democrats tend to toss out.

Bryan Preston has been a leading conservative blogger and opinionator since founding his first blog in 2001. Bryan is a military veteran, worked for NASA, was a founding blogger and producer at Hot Air, was producer of the Laura Ingraham Show and, most recently before joining PJM, was Communications Director of the Republican Party of Texas.

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Sorry, I disagree. If she had sipped her coffee, looked off camera and muttered 'putz', it would have been perfect.
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Whoever wrote that commercial - well, that's the sort of "consultant" we need, not the current crop.
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Wow!
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well done, time to stop taking these stupid attacks by libs and try to apologize.

a most excellent response and makes libs look stupid,
18 weeks ago
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I think good ol' Colonel Potter would have said" Horse hockey" . Did I get that right?
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I'd like to see Boehner and all the Republican candidates for Congress give the same answer. But would Karl Rove approve of it? I doubt it.
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It only works for women.
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What, she didn't say, "piffle"?

:D

I like her style. Maybe, just maybe, that kind of thing will spread. It should.

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Nonsense is fine, balderdash would be better.
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I would have been tempted to say "B*llsh*t" myself but that's just me.

I suppose she has to watch her language in ads that are going to be viewed on TV though....
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"Horsefeathers" would be good, too.
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From her Wiki: In 2002, Land ran for Michigan Secretary of State and defeated Melvin Hollowell, a Detroit-based attorney, 55%-43%, winning 75 of the state's 83 counties.[4] She took office on January 1, 2003.

Her accomplishments include expanding online service options, revolutionizing branch offices to create shorter lines for customers, and implementing more reliable election equipment.[5]

In 2006, she won re-election to a second term, defeating Macomb County Clerk Carmella Sabaugh 56%-42%. This time, she won 76 counties.[6]

In her role as Secretary of State, Land purged thousands of voters from voting rolls based on Voter ID cards being returned as undeliverable.[7] The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) took Michigan to court over the purges. Judge Stephen J. Murphy ruled the purge illegal under the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993 and directed Land to reinstate the affected voters.[8]
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yeah, not being able to leave the voting i.d. cards was bad. they should make headstones with slots to leave things like voting cards and such. its been proven that some states have a good many 'location challenged' voters.
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Sorry, I disagree. If she had sipped her coffee, looked off camera and muttered 'putz', it would have been perfect.
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Heh. Fair enough.
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Her reply was to the point, tasteful, can play to all ages & involved no name calling...she's a "class act" & that, my friends, in politics is the true "endangered species".
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