Friday, September 26, 2014

I bet they would raise more money if they offered people a chance to have dinner with Chris McDaniel

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    If you don't think a lot of people are still mad about the race-baiting and possible election fraud that occurred in the Republican runoff election between Thad Cochran and Chris McDaniel, just look at the response that a recent sponsored Facebook post offering dinner with Haley Barbour got. As always, you can click on the photo to enlarge it.
    Offering conservatives the chance to have dinner with Haley is like throwing gasoline on a fire. They just need to let this man keep a low profile and do his race-baiting behind the scenes. Are these people not aware of just how unpopular Barbour is right now, even among some Cochran supporters?
    Even worse, since it is a paid advertisement it keeps showing up again and again. And the response is uniformly negative. These ads are being targeted at conservatives, and conservatives are clearly not fond of Barbour.


Unknown said...

It's a strange feeling indeed to see that Louisiana's governor is more conservative than Mississippi's. (Really strange feeling. . .)

Pugnacious said...

Another plus for having dinner with McDaniel is that his walls don't talk. Barbour must have gleaned a lot of dirt and slime from the talking walls of his DC restaurant.