If you're reading my blog standing up, you may want to take a seat, I've got shocking news.
It's unprecedented. Oh wait, it's not. Not even close.
Yesterday, I posted about Kevin Wiskus' response to negative ads, and Chris Woods called it "a good one that can change the whole frame of discussion on political advertising." Wiskus was a Republican who refused to go negative and changed his party registration when the RPI did it for him.
Today, Heartland PAC puts together some bullshit on Nussle and Chris gushes over it:
Let’s tell Nussle to put the paper bag back on or send him a denial of credit letter! They’ve got the facts and the hard information on the site too.
Props to Vilsack’s people for getting this stuff going and really working to help elect Chet Culver!
You can't have it both ways, Chris.
There's 49 days left until the November 7 election. Forty-nine days of negative ads, push polling, partisan bickering and bad satire. At the end of those 49 days, we'll elect the candidate Iowans hate less based on the smear campaigns of their opponents, 527 groups and the parties.
Then, on November 8th, we'll wonder why no one voted.