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(Wall Street Journal)   Politicians spend $1 billion to convince you that politicians are no good   ( divider line
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155 clicks; posted to Politics » on 08 Nov 2006 at 1:29 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2006-11-08 1:40:55 AM  
Well, yeah, other politicians.
2006-11-08 1:40:59 AM  
For the most part, they've done a very good job.
2006-11-08 1:42:15 AM  
Opinion Journal printing an article decrying negativity in political campaigns?
2006-11-08 1:44:49 AM  
it doesn't seem to mention the $25 million rick santorum spent in order to lose by a mile. i'm sure that they meant to
2006-11-08 2:31:13 AM  
it worked.
2006-11-08 3:04:03 AM  
Well, the politicans could have spent zero dollars, and everyone would have reached the same conclusion.
2006-11-08 3:38:44 AM  
politicians' track record:

-make face

rinse, repeat
2006-11-08 8:47:09 AM  
Now all the losing Republicans can go around this morning pulling up their campaign signs while working for minimum wage.
2006-11-08 10:35:14 AM  
I thought the candidates in Texas were bad.

But I had to take a business trip to the lovely NY/NJ area Monday and Tuesday. At one point, unwinding in my hotel room, I flip on the TV and I think I saw 4 straight mud slinging ads, only one of which I could make out who they were actually supporting instead of just bashing "the bad guy". Texas officially surrenders the negative ad award to the north.

/I think one actually did mention eating babies.
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