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Now that's what we're talking about, Schmidt Campaign

November 1, 2006 09:22 AM

Focus on the basics.  Jean Schmidt is conservative.  The Second District is conservative.  And Victoria Wulsin?  Well, as the Schmidt campaign is explaining, Wulsin is a ...

"liberal left winger with no serious ideas. Her support for raising taxes, granting illegal immigrants social security, food stamps, and medicare and her wacky ideas about environmental issues just don’t match the district. Pro-choice groups like EMILY’s list and NARAL backing her for her strong support of abortion is evidence of how out of touch she is with this district. The more our opponent opens her mouth, the more people are turned off by her,” said Perin.

We would have struck "no serious ideas" in the first sentence, and replaced it with "scary ideas."  But that is just a quibble.  They've got the gist of it right.  Victoria Wulsin is very, very liberal.  Jean Schmidt is not.  That is the winning message.

Comments

Yes! Exactly! Focus on the basics. Conservative republicans would not be in trouble if they had produced a strong conservative political record on which to run and they campaigned on their record. The conservative base has not been energized because we delivered the House, the Senate, and the White House into Republican hands and we, the conservative base, expected a smaller, less intrusive government, sound borders, and aggressive pursuit of the Islamofascists that want to kill us. It is the prospect of Nancy Pelosi's higher taxes, bigger more intrusive governement, porous borders, and appeasement policies that is energizing us to salvage a Republican Congress. To the conservate Republicans: Focus and Deliver!

AKL   ·  November 1, 2006 09:54 PM

Exactly. And well stated. When Republicans hold tough, and stick to the conservative message, they win.

NBS   ·  November 2, 2006 10:26 AM

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