Saturday, April 05, 2014

GOP Senate Candidate Uses "OBAMA" In Campaign Ad!

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The establishment's choice for the open U.S. Senate seat will use everything to win. He tries to lure voters with a fake Obama voice message.

Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA) is running for the open seat in the state. Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) is finally realizing that there's no hope for those in Washington, so he decides to take his peaches back to the old Georgia home.

In an attempt to rile up those "old White folk" down in the deep south, Kingston would get an Obama impersonator in this ad warning him to back off Obamacare and to stay out the race.

Basically this ad is showing his establishment friends that he's the only one with the balls to directly insult the president in his face.

If you're confused about the ad, don't worry, it's just another boneheaded Republican attempting to undermine President Barack Obama's signature law. A law that Kingston along with his opponents Congressman Paul Braun (R-GA) and Congressman Phil Gingrey (R-GA) have repealed over 50 times.

These inept Congressmen must obtain over 50% of the vote in order to be the nominee.

The Democrats hope to retake a seat that was once held by Max Cleland, a double amputee Vietnam War veteran who lost to Chambliss in the 2002 election. Chambliss played dirty bull against Cleland.

To make it worse, Cleland's former colleague Zell Miller (one of the last element of the Dixiecrats) endorses Chambliss. And its likely Miller will endorse a Republican in the election.

Kingston's ad is ridiculous.

Could it inspire a few of them Southern White folk votes?

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