Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Kanjo's 1st TV ad

Kanjorski launches TV effort

In the first major thrust of what is expected to be a hard-fought contest, U.S. Rep. Paul E. Kanjorski’s re-election campaign is scheduled to begin airing commercials today on the four local major network television affiliates. 'Mr. Kanjorski bought a week’s worth of air time on WNEP, WBRE, WYOU and WOLF — totaling $36,015 and 127 commercials — according to records at the stations.

Paul Kanjorski - "Home"


Anonymous said...

holy shit he looks decrepit, frail and old. he is so weak he can barley ambulate.

what fucking moron put that on the air???

NEPAConservative said...

I guess family doesn't count in the special interest department ?

Anonymous said...

Middle class values, huh? The Honorable Paul Kenjorski voted to repeal all of the Bush tax cuts, not just the "tax cuts for the rich," but every last one of them.

Most of us in the 11th District aren't wealthy, but that doesn't matter to Mr Kanjorsky; whether you run a bank or are a cashier at WalMart, Mr Kanjorski wants to take more money out of your pockets.

Mr kanjorski's ad tells us how he has lived here all his life, but the fact is, he has not. Rather, he has spent the last couple of decades living in Washington, DC, and adapting to the values of the federal city. The middle class he knows isn't the middle class of Nanticote, Pennsylvania, but of the District of Columbia and its suburbs. He says that he's never forgotten from where he came, but the people from where he came need more of their own money in their pockets, rather than in the federal government's coffers; that part he apparently has forgotten.

Lou Barletta isn't a perfect man or a perfect candidate, but he'll do a lot less harm to the people of the 11th District than the Honorable Paul Kanjorski.

Anonymous said...

Get rid of this blood sucking pig

Anonymous said...

geriatrics and jenny craig...

D.B. Echo said...

Kanjorski voted "Yes" on the FISA screwjob, which amends the law to let the Bush bastards do whatever they want to do in terms of eavesdropping and domestic spying on phone conversations, and retroactively makes what they've already done OK.

Is this why we elected Democrats to the Congress? So they could keep giving the asshole Bush everything he wants? He should have been impeached long ago. The war should have been ended long ago. Instead they've just rolled over and asked him to rub their bellies.

Aren't there any serious third-party candidates running for Congress? Ones who aren't afraid of how their actions in the Legislative branch might affect their party's chances at grabbing the Executive and, by extension, the Judiciary branches?