Aug 2, 2006

Nader in '08 - link-

ok, wow.

OK, we've done it. We've nailed it down: Every single contributor to the Pennsylvania Green Party Senate candidate is actually a conservative -- except for the candidate himself.

The Luzerne County Green Party raised $66,000 in the month of June in order to fund a voter signature drive. The Philly Inquirer reported yesterday that $40,000 came from supporters of Rick Santorum's campaign (or their housemates). Also yesterday, we confirmed that another $15,000 came from GOP donors and conservatives. Only three contributions, totaling $11,000, remained as possible legit donations.

Today, I confirmed that those came from GOP sources.


That is too awesome. Plans within plans. Green, yet very very dirty.

I wonder if I can still get a Romanelli for Senate T-shirt?

6 Comments:

At 3.8.06, Anonymous Adorable Girlfriend said...

Good 'ole 12th district Wilkes Barre, PA! I've got stories of that hell hole. Luckily everyone is too poor and stupid to give a shit there! Green party politics are worthless in a place like that. The 10th district continued to support a known criminal because he "brought home the bacon." What bacon -- oh yeah jobs in Tobyhanna, Pike County. That's right -- not even in his effing county!

What a hole! I hope Scranton/Wilkes Barre burns to the ground with all it's GOPs from poor to wealthy. It's such a horrid place and deserves what it gets.

OK, AG is done shadow boxing. Back to the CA to cool off!

 
At 3.8.06, Blogger Chuckles said...

They have taken Michael Moore's advice about making the Green Party your own exactly the way he didn't intend.

 
At 4.8.06, Blogger teh l4m3 said...

Well I expect this kind of behavior from Republicans. Hell, I boosted for Perot in '96 whenever it was feasible... The truly unforgiveable party in all of this is Nader. Is he just fucking deranged or what? What on Earth does he think he's going to accomplish?

 
At 5.8.06, Blogger mdhatter said...

No no, this *was* his point. This is why I volunteered for Nader (in '00, not '04. '04 was lame).

4 years of this (8 as it turned out) should be enough to keep the Dems in power for the rest of my natural life.

Look what it did to the uppities here in Mass. Now we have Gay Marrige AND mandated health insurance coverage for all workers.

A touch Machiavellian, but it's sort of what i figured would happen. I voted for Perot in '96 as well, also lame.

 
At 7.8.06, Anonymous Adorable Girlfriend said...

You voted for Perot?

AG is crying with laughter.

 
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