Friday, February 7, 2014

"Spoof" campaign websites. Democrats wish they had thought of it first.

   You have to hand it to political consultants. When it comes to playing anything goes in election campaigns, Consultants think up the damnedest ways to label an opponent.
   But the NRCC, that is the National Republican Congressional Committee, may have outdone themselves this time. They have preemptively created at least 16 websites that appear to promote Democrats in what will be contested districts nationwide. Read the details here.
    Of course, The discovery of this tactic has Dems crying foul, but I appreciate a good prank as well as anybody. These sights look extremely legitimate, but if you start reading the content, you see that it is most unflattering for the candidate. So click over to the link, and see what you think. It isn't very sportsmanlike is it? So much for respecting your opponent. And the Beat goes on.

1 comment:

  1. Sportsmanship?

    George Bush was booed off the stage at 0-bama's first Inauguration.

    Where was all the conjecture at THAT time?

    Just remember, Barry famously said over and over, "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor, period." ... And Nancy said, "You have to pass the bill to find out what's in it."

    Sportsmanship?

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