Thursday, June 22, 2006

I Want To Move To Winston-Salem!
Just so I can vote for Vernon

H/T to Former Altar Boy

See the commercial that everyone's talking about!

Here's just one example from his website;

"Robinson has cited [opponent Brad] Miller's sponsorship of both the gas tax increase and the "Foreign Homosexual Importation Act" (which would give marriage visas to the foreign homosexual lovers of gay Americans) and Miller's votes in support of open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens, homosexual marriage, a handgun ban, partial-birth abortion, burning the American flag, and taking "under God" out of the Pledge of Allegiance as examples of how Miller is out of touch with an overwhelming majority of 13th District voters. Robinson says, "Those are San Francisco values, not North Carolina values."

And in a particularlary ugly episode, NC Democratic state Supreme Court candidate Rachel Lea Hunter said of Robinson; "Like a good slave, he has returned to the plantation" . Hunter later revised her statement, calling Robinson's behavior like that of an "Uncle Tom".


Blogger Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

What a great commercial! Dare we hope?

8:19 PM  
Anonymous rhonda lugari said...

That was awesome.

Paul, I say no, we don't dare. Why set ourselves up for disappointment? The human race is too far gone.

Yes, I've become that pessimistic and cynical. How sad.

10:52 PM  
Blogger Screwtape said...

We may hope, however, that candidate Hunter has cooked her goose with her anti-Republican racism.

She may as well have attempted to salvage her remarks by calling Robinson's behavior "like that of a nigger."

I think there may a certain amount of "distancing" among Democrats in NC.

12:16 AM  
Blogger Petrus Radii said...

Any one know if Mr. Robinson is a Catholic? The commercial refers to "Holy Matrimony", which is unusual amongst Protestants these days, and only slightly less so amongst Catholics. Maybe he's a (gasp!) Traditionalist?!

One of the best political commercials I've seen!

6:01 PM  

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