Out here in S.E. Indiana there are quite a few heated campaigns. Dems, looking forward to a terrible Tuesday, are playing dirty pool.
We have Dems buying advertisement for the libertarian candidate, Greg Knott in an attempt to split votes away from Todd Young, who threatens to grab the seat held by Baron Hill.
Dems are spending large on television ads smearing the Republican challenger to state legislator Bob Bischoff.
Seems that the Dems have suddenly become quite puritanical about fornication, having forgotten about perverts Clinton, various Kennedy’s, Edwards, Dodd, and Barney Frank of the Virgin Islands. They insinuate that a relationship Jud McMillin had with a woman in Dayton is to be blamed for his resignation from the Dayton Ohio prosecutor’s office way back in 2005. The problem is with their timeline, as McMillin turned in his resignation on Aug 25, 05 and the lawsuit brought in fall of 2006 by Crystal Stapleton says their fun didn’t start until Sept 11, 05, OR sometime shortly thereafter.
It’s a bummer that the chronology of evidence turns the Dem’s ad into a blatant lie. Pharmer had trouble with Bischoff, to whom she gave several votes in prior years, allowing this ad to run, in addition to refusing a vote to discontinue state funds to planned parenthood. By contrast, McMillin, a political neophyte, has thrown support to the local crisis pregnancy center, and showed up to emcee their fundraiser.
These days, the Democrats have gotten so whacked, that one has to question the judgment of a politician willing to run under their banner.
So ‘ol Jud gets the vote, with the hope that this unpleasant political experience cools his tool, and he gets some religion.