Friday, October 20, 2006

So catchy!

I love this. Wish I could vote for her.


Blogger wurwolf said...

That is freakin' awesome. It occurs to me that so many younger and younger-thinking people are disenfranchised with the Republicans -- why don't the Democrats do a better job of courting that kind of voter? "Not your father's political party" kind of thing. So many people are so restless for a change, it can't hurt to appeal to that kind of sensibility. This ad is a great example of something different, something non-status quo.

2:20 PM  
Anonymous Judith said...

Rickie Lee Jones & the Squirrel Nut Zippers! Love it. You can download that song for free from here (if the link works):
I like the ad, lots of energy and boy do we ever need that to get up over the mountain in severe weather.

4:38 PM  
Blogger EFB said...

oh gosh ricki lee jones. i knew i knew that voice!

it kinda sounded like "hit the road jack."

11:18 AM  
Anonymous Pennie said...

Oh gosh...this song is going to be going through my head all day now. It's much better then the crappy one's they're running here. I swear I don't know what some of the candidates even are for because they're only running smear campaigns.

12:55 PM  
Blogger wurwolf said...

The husband of one my closest friends is running for state rep as a Republican back near Philly, and after keeping up with his campaign I'm really hoping he doesn't win. He's been attacking his opponent more than promoting himself, which I think is a shame and a rookie mistake. He's worked in the DEP and has had a lot of experience in environmental and family issues, but what has he focused on? The ban on gay marriage (which, he's running for state rep -- what does gay marriage have to do with his position?) and attacking his opponent for wanting to ban cell phone use while driving. It's like he's just grabbing for reasons to attack his opponent. I have the feeling that if his opponent released a press release talking about his love of birthday cake, my friend's husband would find something wrong with that, too.

8:30 AM  

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