He doesn't really have much of a chance here in MA, he's running independent, but I think he is an ex-democrat, so the best he can plan to do is split the dem vote and guarantee a republican the spot.
I know that's what everyone is thinking, but I do think it crossed the line of taste as far a professionalism goes. There are better ways of making that point. I mean if that's what he'll do when he is trying to get the job, how far will he go when he's in office? Is he gonna give his state of the state speech, and say that he can't do his job because everyone he has to work with has their head up their *ss?
I just think that the commercial comes across as a bit immature, and not the type of attitude I want from someone that wants to be elected to a public office.
The only words you said that I understood were "His", "Phone" and "Ya'll". The other 2 paragraphs worth was about as intelligible as a drunken Teletubby barkin' come on's at a Hooter's waitress.
Last edited by Banrion; 09-27-2006 at 06:30 PM.