Louisiana politics: Great theater.
Biased election coverage from the Beeb?
UPDATE: Oops – forgot to include one. Here’s a small-l libertarian’s voting guide for 2004.
I’m shocked, *shocked*…
No, this is great!
As the Bush score piles up toward victory, I’m going to be sitting watching these fellows and sipping a G&T, as PB Kerry sinks gently beneath the waves.
I’ll be waiting for the first one to:
a) break down sobbing
b) start screaming “We wantss it! We wantsss it, my preciousss! Thieves! Bagginses! Curse them forever!”
c) explode like a volcano of molten lard
(betting on Moore for that one)
John F.: We’re going to want video.
In Louisiana, where Republican Rep. David Vitter could win a majority and avoid a runoff against one of two Democrats, the Democrats’ Senate committee has spent $1.5 million in ads attacking Vitter; the GOP Senate committee has funneled $1 million into ads portraying Democratic Rep. Chris John, Vitter’s leading opponent, as a liberal.
This is from the Yahoo news site… I just thought it was interesting how they juxtapose “1.5 Million in attack ads” with “1 Million portraying him as a liberal”. Whoa… saying your opponent is a liberal, now THAT’s cold.
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