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Liking Robin

28 Sep

For those of you who can’t bring yourself to ‘Like’ Robin Carnahan on her Facebook page, you might want to reconsider.  Her campaign is determined to ensure their loss through this public portal into its inner workings.  Today they advertised for folks to come and get signs to proudly display in their yards supporting Carnahan’s campaign.

The replies are rich and give a great insight into the campaign and her supporters.  Here’s the post from her Facebook page:

If the way she runs her campaign is any indication of how organized she would be when acting as our Representative, I think we and her supporters are in for big trouble.  To be fair, a few later posters noted that they ‘had’ their signs.  But, for the most part, it looked like people have tried to get information from her about where and how to get signs with no luck?

Sound familiar?  Ever tried to get any information out of little brother Russ?

Sadly, her followers can’t even think to call the office for more information and sit at their computers whining about the vacant space in their yards where a Carnahan sign should be.  And of course, left wing liberal Patrick Graney chimes in with the useless “teabagger” and “screaming buffoonery” comment.  I’m sure a conversation with him would be expose the same typical liberal lack of ability to debate the issues apparent Carnahan’s radio and TV ads.  Oh, he’s a teacher?  Hmm, any bets on whether he supports Big Unions and more money to fix schools?!?!

Don’t worry common-sense-conservative friends?  I will keep an eye on her Facebook shenanigans for you!  No need to burn your eyes with inane liberal chatter.

Here are the remaining posts for your enjoyment.  The comments about not being able to afford or pay for a sign are funny.  It’s sad if the folks were being serious and think they have to buy the signs.

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1 Comment

Posted by on September 28, 2010 in Democrat, Election, Liberals

 

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One response to “Liking Robin

  1. stlouisgal

    September 29, 2010 at 6:57 am

    Hmm. @ Kim Broers: Voting for a candidate to determine what her beliefs are later. Sounds Pelosiesque reasoning to me.

     

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