In an odd, left handed way, and I don’t mean to insult leftys by calling them odd, maybe Rove has done O’Donnell a favor. Maybe he meant to do that, maybe he didn’t.
By bringing all her negatives to the front of the campaign, she has time to address them and dull the effects from the liberals when they start throwing arrows at her. Personally, I think that’s a good idea and a great strategy to win. Christine can step up and beat back all the attacks before they can do her a great deal of damage closer to the election day.
Of course, this is all theory on my part and maybe Rove was just telling his opinion and his truth as he knows it. But regardless, he’s done her a favor.
Funny thing about this SEIU ad – as I was watching it I was thinking “yes, I’d vote for this guy.” What the makers see as negatives about Scott Brown, are actually positives to me. And then connecting him to Sarah Palin, it’s a slam dunk! If I lived in this state that I cannot spell (and admit it, you guys can’t spell it either) this ad would convince me that Brown is the person to send to Washington.
Brown should pirate this ad, take out the last reference to Martha Coakley and use it for himself. This is a freebie for Brown, as far as I can see.
He’s pro life – check.
He’s anti-global warming – check.
He voted against the democrats 96% of the time – check.
He’s endorsed by the Tea Party – check.
He’s being associated with Sarah Palin – check.
And lastly, the ad was made by SEIU – check.
It’s a home run!
Of course, we are talking about citizens of the state I can’t spell, and they aren’t known for critical thinking skills if they keep sending Barney Frank and kept sending Ted Kennedy to Capitol Hill…
This video comes from Angel Fleming and Shane Hayes blog. Union worker admits to being paid $50 by the Coakley campaign to hold her sign but further intimates that he is, in actuality, voting for Scott Brown.