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How can Coleman and Franken talk about bipartinship gov't when one party sues the other for false information. Go Barkley
You can see the ad here:
It's a good ad, but not in the Ventura Action Figure genius vein from Hillsman's previous work. It may move Barkley up, but we'll see if it's enough.
BTW - I WILL be voting for him.
I will vote for Dean Barkley of the Independece Party of Minnesota on Tuesday.
Dean, you've got my vote as I can't possibly sit by and watch Norm try to retain his seat, but just as equally so, I can't sit by and watch Al Franken try to win it from him, you are the one who truly deserves to be there. You preceeded Norm and you will follow him!
...is the bailout giving $700 billion to Wall Street firms.
Norm Coleman voted for it.
Dean Barkley is for it.
Al Franken is against it.
Nasser Kazeminy is the Iranian born businessman that has been been flying Republican Norm Coleman around on his jet and apparently buying Norm expensive suits. So the question no one has asked is why Norm is palling around with someone from Iran, which we still have on the axis of evil.
Today we find out the Edina businessman Nasser Kazeminy has been accused of secretly funneling $75,000 through a Houston-based oil-rig servicing company, Deep Marine Technologies, to Laurie Coleman, Norm Coleman's wife.
The DFL issued a statement tonight, saying, "The allegations of criminal behavior are serious and deeply troubling... Senator Coleman has a duty to explain why those allegations aren't true."
If these new accusations are true Norm Coleman could be the next indicted U.S. Senator. Looks like Senator Ted Stevens may be getting a cell mate.
Barkley (Hillsman) could have scored big if they would have copied the "Thinker" ad from Jesse's run.
Get paunchy naked Dean posing like Rodin's Thinker while the camera swivels around him.... Oh, the imagery would be sickeningly effective.
There is only one man that we can all vote for and that is Dean Barkley. With all that happened and probably will continue even after this election its a no brainer to vote for Coleman and Franken! Barkley has two months more experience than Franken has. And Barkley is broke where those other two guys have at least $11 million to play with it. No Pac money no special interest is in play here. In other words if we vote him in he has only one obligation and that's to us. Let's show the rest of America that we care about change and we are not afraid to vote for it. so let's make this a super Upset day in Mn.....
Dean is truly one of us in the middle class. Coleman is one of the most corrupt politicians on record and Franken is an idiot with the garbage he spews forth. The negative ads and garbage from the two big guys has soured us on both of them and Barkley does have some good experience from when he assumed Paul Wellstone's opening. DO us proud Dean!
ericjmn is full of it. Barkley is not for the bailout. dont lie. Coleman and Franken are going down.
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