Thursday, September 28, 2006

Wonder how many Chattanooga police officers and firefighters you could squeeze into Corker's 30-room mansion?


A new campaign ad in the Tennessee senate race informs voters that man of the people Bob Corker is anything but. A 10,000 square foot, 30-room mansion...net worth of $200 million...owner of six SUVs.
The key message in the ad though is not simply Corker's high roller lifestyle. Success in and of itself is the American dream.
The key message is that while serving as Mayor of Chattanooga millionaire Corker froze the pay of the city's police and firefighters but took three pay raises himself.
The question in the new ad is dead on target - "as senator, who do you think he'll look out for?"

2 Comments:

Blogger imissbill said...

As you can tell by reading my earlier comments, I support HFJ. That said, this "Fabulous Life of Corker" ad was embarrassing. First of all, it never said why I SHOULD vote for Ford, just that Corker was a rich man who denied public servants a pay raise. Second, you'd think a man who had endured the website (and Newsweek article) called FancyFord would be more forgiving.

You can do better, Ford campaign. Pull this ad and start over. There's still time.

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4:29 PM  

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