He called the BIAW's attack campaign sleazy, not Rossi. Seems fair to me.
they handled it right except they put up a racist ad then lied about it claiming it was inadvertent.
"Duh gee, that 'catchy tune' 'Woke up this morning, got myself a gun'?? Oh yeah we hum it all the time here at State Demo headquarters.....oh you say that's asoociated with the SOPRANOS?? What's that .... Oh some TV show?
"Oh it's about the mafia? Golly gee, really? Hey, Dwight, you ever hear of that TV show I thought it was about opera!"
Why are you so worked up about this PC? Are you one of them wops?
Oh, before you get angry at my use of "wop", I'm Italian too, so I can use Italian stereotypes and slurs without fear of retribution.
Full disclosure: Not only am I Italian, but I also wear my long black hair greased back and a carry a comb in my back pocket. Mafia stereotypes don't bother me.
Contrary to popular belief, I don't think these negative ads are helpful to Gregoire. Elevating the status of Rossi, splashing his name across the TV, making it seem like he is even a player in State Politics and that he's worthy to be feared I think raises, rather than lowers, his profile.
And, I don't just say that out of naive hope for positive campaigns. I think 527's and independent expenditures are quickly becoming the most difficult job of managing a campaign.
Gregoire has a good enough record that this campaign could/should be about elevating that in the mind of the public. The more we talk about Rossi, the more we give voters a reason to consider him.
The unions have a history of acting in a manner contrary to their desires.
You guys are full of it. Dino Rossi wants to make people responsible for their own actions. Since when did it become the tax payers responsibility to pay for medical care for someone else's children. Maybe some of these people who cannot afford the Health Insurance for children could stop cable, internet service and smoking if they smoke.
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