Posted on Wednesday, November 7th 2012
Forget gators, zombies, and escaped pet pythons. The new menace in Florida, if this ad is to be believed, is the driverless cars that terrorize the streets, mowing down slow-moving pedestrians and smashing into things.
The spot is a last-minute attack on Jeff Brandes, a state representative from St. Petersburg running for an open state senate seat in today’s Republican primary. Brandes sponsored Google-backed legislation this year that made Florida the second state in the country to allow driverless cars on its roads. He never imagined it would become a political issue.
I, for one, welcome our new robo-car overlords.
MORE DANGEROUS THAN DRIVING.
Posted on Tuesday, August 14th 2012
Reblogged from The Atlantic
Two conservative nonprofits, Crossroads GPS and Americans for Prosperity, have poured almost $60 million into TV ads to influence the presidential race so far, outgunning all super PACs put together, new spending estimates show.
Posted on Tuesday, August 7th 2012
Rhetoric and reality are never the same for Mitt.
The Bain fight marches on.
Obama appears to get bump among Latino voters in wake of new immigration policy. (via New Poll: Obama leads Romney among Latinos in key 2012 battleground states | Latino Decisions)
Posted on Friday, June 22nd 2012
Debates over access to abortion and birth control seemed to dominate the national conversation throughout the Republican primary, but according to a new Pew poll, those issues aren’t a major priority for most voters. For 86 percent of them, it’s still the economy, stupid.
GOP voters, economy is still the biggest campaign issue. via @PewResearch
Posted on Tuesday, April 17th 2012
Posted on Wednesday, March 14th 2012