2016 Ads ‘n’ Ends (‘Take a Bullet for Donald Trump’ Edition)

Itemizing a few deductions from the presidential campaign trail . . .

Item: Sanders campaign starts to ‘Air the Bern’

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ quixotic presidential run is so revolutionary, he has just:        1) hired a pollster; 2) prepared a series of policy speeches; 3) abandoned mega-rallies for close encounters of the voter kind in diners and coffee shops; and 4) launched a $2 million TV ad campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Representative sample:

 

 

What the dustupping staff especially liked:

Bernie’s hats.

 

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Hatever . . .

Item: To know Trump . . . check out this quote

It is universally accepted that Donald Trump has a ceiling on his presidential campaign support. But the GOP Hair Apparent also has a floor, as this Politico Morning Score item illustrates.

CODA — QUOTE OF THE DAY: “I would take a bullet for the man.” — Teresa Unrue, a graphic designer and Trump campaign volunteer in Myrtle Beach, S.C. http://politi.co/1GHriE8

Teresa Unrue – what a great name for someone with no regrets.

Meanwhile, that link above goes nowhere – which is the perfect metaphor for Trump’s campaign and his supporters.

Item: Fox TV spot says its GOP debate will be all business 

Last week’s Republican presidential debate on CNBC was largely acknowledged to be a train wreck, and Fox Business Network – the scene of the next GOPanderthon – has launched a TV commercial claiming its November 10th debate will be very different.

 

 

Hey, Fox Business – try the decaf, eh?

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2 Responses to 2016 Ads ‘n’ Ends (‘Take a Bullet for Donald Trump’ Edition)

  1. Good luck asking that huckster-cluck real questions.

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  2. Pingback: 2016 Ads ‘n’ Ends (‘Take a Bullet for Donald Trump’ Edition) | Campaign Outsider

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