Skip to comments.Lisa Murkowski ad takes on Tea Party Express
Posted on 09/30/2010 10:03:20 AM PDT by BradtotheBone
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is taking on the tea party in her latest advertisement to boost her write-in campaign.
Murkowski blames the Tea Party Express for her GOP primary defeat to attorney Joe Miller last month: The well-funded conservative group, based in Sacramento, Calif., spent almost $600,000 on a negative ad blitz against the senator.
In the latest advertisement, Murkowski supporters criticize the Tea Party Express for influencing the outcome of the GOP primary.
Wait, the Tea Party Express? Isnt that the same California group that dumped half a million into Joe Millers campaign? a man on the street says in the ad. This is my chance and Alaskas chance to get our senator back, says another woman.
The Tea Party Express announced this week that it will return to Alaska to campaign on Millers behalf. The Expresss lead consultant, Sal Russo, confirmed to POLITICO Wednesday that the group will start airing radio advertisements soon and send staff to the state as soon as this weekend.
The Murkowski ad is one of a pair of spots released Thursday intended to teach voters how to fill out a write-in ballot and spell the senators name correctly. The other television advertisement, Spelling Clinic 101, takes place in a classroom, where students are tested on how to spell Murkowski.
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How hard is it to spell H-A-G?
She is on dope to think she will win a write in with the spelling of her last name. Even if it is close, every misspelling will be thrown out. Crazy eyes will lose.
"Deposed Alaskan queen seeks to retake throne as legitimate birth right."
The woman is an embarrassment.
Alaska first rejected Daddy and now they've rejected the nepotistic appointment of his unprincipled daughter.
This idiot is like Alan Grayson’s sister. Go away Lisa. You do not own daddy’s seat in the Senate.
“How hard is it to spell H-A-G?”
mer-COW-skee ... just like it sounds.
Translation: You were too stupid to ignore some slick, lying TV ads and make up your mind for yourselves, so vote for me, you stupid peons!
Note that the above translation assumes that the Tea Party Express ads were false, which I'm sure is not the case.
You know, it just occurred to me that Murkowski reminds me of Mom from Futurama. They should feature her on her next ad saying, "Jerkwad Tea Party makes me sick to my ass."
“The woman is an embarrassment.”
Typical GOP royal progeny.
I would call this an ad FOR the Tea Party by pointing out the great success they had in getting RINO murk defeated. She really is pathetic isn’t she? She is making a fool out of herself but she cannot see it. Even after another humiliating defeat in November, I still don’t think she will get it.
How about this “Lisa” ad that’s running on Alaska radio stations right now?
Gotta love it.
We need to post thousands of signs the day before the election stating;
Remember that’s M-i-r-k-o-w-s-k-e-y!!
I’ve heard she is taking votes from the dim!~!!
Um...Lisa...this ad is going to HELP Joe Miller.
Wait, never mind, it’s a great ad. Keep running it!
This isn't the state senate.
What U.S. Senators do effects the entire nation.
I guess the tools in the ad were of course complaining about all the international donations to the Obama campaign in 2008?
Or are the just typical Democrats...having flexible "principles" that suit them to get whatever they want at the moment.
You can spot the liberals — they always find someone else to blame.
"Whaaaahhh!!! It's my Senate seat!! Mine!! Mine!!! Mine!!! Daddy gave it to *me*!!"
I don’t for a minute think she wants to win with her write-in. I think she is doing it to bring Joe Miller (who is it up there?) down, in spite, to get back at Sarah Palin for daring to challenge her.
A bitter victory it will be, and it reveals her true character for all the world to see.
Remember Florida... and the judges' rulings on "intent of the voter?"
Oh, that is a wonderful ad. Thanks for including it here.
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