Bachmann running DOUBLE ads at! Where’s my taste?

OK, this is getting ridiculous. I knew that Michele Bachmann throwing around Web ad money in SC, but multiple ads per page on (On one page, I saw THE SAME AD twice, with one copy of it stacked on top of the other, the way those two slightly different ones are below. But when I tried to call it up like that again to grab a screen shot, I couldn’t get it to refresh quite that way.)

And not a single ad on Which would probably give her a better deal.

At least, not yet.

Is this right? Is this fair? Is this the way the world should be? To quote the guy in the movie that came out today, “I say thee nay!”

If this pattern keeps up, I’m going to start seriously questioning this lady’s judgment…

10 thoughts on “Bachmann running DOUBLE ads at! Where’s my taste?

  1. Mrs.Dash

    Brad — Michelle Bachman and her ads are nothing. What do you know about our dear Henri (McMaster) running ads out the ying-yang at all the way up until the R primary?

    We all presume he never actually wanted to be governor.

    IMO, it’s all a “take their money but squander it on some national political aspirations” tactic.

    What say you?

  2. Rose

    Wait, wait! Does that ad say she was named one of Time Magazine’s most influential person of 2011???????
    Are they freakin’ SERIOUS????????

  3. Rose

    OH.MY.GOD. What a piece of useless trash is Time Magazine. This influential list is a stupendous pile of steaming c__p. They let Rush Limbaugh write the a__-kissing piece on Bauchmann:

    “she is smart, talented and accomplished and a natural leader ā€” not to mention attractive”

    Smart?! SMART?!?!?!?!

  4. Brad

    OK, folks, I dealt with that comment by bleeping some of the words…

    Does that work? Thoughts? I mean, trying to enforce civility on a blog is still an experimental phenomenon…

  5. Karen McLeod

    While my sentiments are with the Rose, the practice of leaving letters out of a word, but leaving enough to understand what the word is, is by and large silly. Presumably there’s no one who is so naive (or so ignorant) as to be unable to reconstruct the words precisely. It’s kinda silly, but WTF.

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