Friday, February 15, 2008

New Chris Hackett TV ad

The title is Do Better and it shows that he can drive and talk at the same time:





You can also find it at the media center of his website along with his latest radio ad.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

So is he saying that he wants change in Washington, so he is going to take his Skrepenak-donating/contract-expecting ways to Washington and assume that changes things, because if so he is lying.
Different name, same policies.
Whoever winds the R primary is going to get crushed anyway.

Anonymous said...

you are exactly correct anon muser/hacket are interchangable they give $$$$ to dems and then expect republican votes..... any R that votes for either of these two will wake up with buyers remorse

Anonymous said...

Nice role model for teens...take your eyes off the road while driving.

Douchebag.

Anonymous said...

Booorrring.

Hey I'll bet his lapdog Madeira now likes eating at the Westmoreland Club rather than Dennys

D.B. Echo said...

First Hannah Montana and her Achey Breaky Dad, now this guy. Do you think he doesn't wear a seatbelt out of contempt for the intrusiveness of the law, out of a personal comfort choice. or because it's not really necessary when you're in a prop car on the back of a trailer? (Well, actually, it WOULD still be necessary, or at least wise and possibly legally mandated.)

Exiledin DC said...

It was a decent Add I like the empahasis on secure borders over deportation, which only a few idiots(tancredo) support.

Anonymous said...

Eyes out the window, no seat belt, only thing missing is the cell phone, and a "big mac", maybe a ciggy dangling from his mouth.

Good going.

danny said...

was he driving a prius?

West Side Republican said...

Man, you really look like a guy in high school that headed up the a/v club and vowed to avenge the treatment the jocks gave you! Good luck against Meuser. You two are making sure the slow economy doesn't affect the NEPA media market. Thanks.

Qazse said...

Regarding people who insist on making eye contact with you while driving: I have always considered it an act of mindless stupidity. Whoever is advising this guy is equally boneheaded. He can't even drive his car safely no less help run our government.