Pallone Shows Up To Thank His Supporters

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Posted: August 13th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: 2013 Election, Frank Pallone, Senate Special Election | Tags: , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Pallone Shows Up To Thank His Supporters”

  1. He is so lame said at 9:32 pm on August 14th, 2013:

    it is so sad he gets to stay there for so long- was never good at either accepting concession calls- they couldn’t find him, it’s rude, or for sure conceding himself- so now he barely shows up,to a near-empty room,at the end.. It is still different,when you have enthusiastic VOLUNTEERS vs. PAID goons,to do your campaign for you.. Grassroots, real people still matter- Frankie has always had the paid goons and the out -of-state money- it’s a travesty he and people like him keep getting re- elected on basic name I D only, but, as Rush says, we are fighting “low-info voters” every single election!!

  2. New Jersey Woman said at 2:32 am on August 15th, 2013:

    I would agree, …but for this business about “fighting ‘low-info voters’ every single election”.

    You shouldn’t be “fighting” voters.
    You should be appealing to them.

    “Fighting” voters is exactly the type of thinking that has been causing the GOP to loose support, …and elections.

  3. @New Jersey Woman said at 9:53 am on August 15th, 2013:

    I believe what Rush meant to say was that we are “fighting (the problem of) low info voters”

    Two different things fighting vs. the problem. I listen to him often and that is his intent.

    Low info voters are just that. They don’t care about anything other than short sound bites force fed to them by the lame street media. They believe only what appeals to THEM, that of free gubmint cheese.

    I agree that the GOP needs to paint a better picture of what SHOULD appeal to these voters with more bullet pointed and targeted info.

    But then again, these low info voters tune out when it has anything to do with working harder or it has nothing to do with taxing the rich. They have been trained through years of government dependence to not understanding what that government dependence is doing to them and our country.

    So, you “fight” that dilemma.

    Jim G.