Our household received this campaign piece in yesterday’s mail:
As if Newsmax is credible for anything?
Yes, yes, let’s talk about Kansas.
Any bets on quotes taken out of context?
Improve Missouri education and healthcare? If you define that as gutting public education and keeping hundreds of thousands of people from affordable access to healthcare.
Is there anyone left on the planet who seriously believes that right wingnut republicans want people to have greater access to healthcare? Any twenty-something campaign consultant who shovels this mail is either delusional or a sociopath.
Yes, it’s the PAC with the blimp that confuses supporters of legalization:
The Rex Sinquefield funded PAC Grow Missouri’s moving billboard at
the University of Central Missouri’s Skyhaven Airport near Warrensburg [file photo].
And the money comes from:
How “a broad based coalition” is now defined in Missouri and America (September 12, 2014)
The Grow Missouri PAC’s “broad based coalition” consists of $6,045,000.00 from Rex Sinquefield (in blue)
and $22,000.00 (in-kind) from Pelopidas LLC over the fourteen month existence of the PAC.
Welcome to Missouri and America in the 21st century.
But we repeat ourselves. So do they.
Campaign Finance: how astroturf (the fake grassroots) works (August 1, 2013)
Campaign Finance: Bah, humbug! (December 25, 2013)
Campaign Finance: here’s $31,000.00, go beat up on public school teachers (February 26, 2014)
“…We smiled and waved, sittin’ there on that sack of seeds.” (September 20, 2014)
The only difference between men and boys is the price of their toys (October 1, 2014)
Follow the blimp, then check the area for concentrations of hot air… (October 11, 2014)
Campaign Finance: maybe the blimp is running out of gas (October 24, 2014)