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View Diary: Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest: Scott Walker's new negative ad does not suggest confidence (100 comments)

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  •  Fools in office... (0+ / 0-)

    .. are arguably worse than knaves in office, so yes, I agree totally that this speaks very poorly for the guys's fitness to hold office.

    My point was to see if this political malpractice (if that's what this was, and not amateurs in his campaign) is part of a larger pattern including my experience with criminal incompetence in the mailings I've been getting.  Isolated mistakes are one thing, especially if it's just one not very competitive House seat, but the folks I got the mailings from were the RNC and the Koch-funded Walker campaign.  Both can well afford targeting lists, and cannot afford to not target their high-cost mailings.  The Walker mailing had the effect of reminding me to contribute more to his ouster.  You don't jog the memory of people who are solidly against you, even if money were no object.

    We should have destroyed the presidency before Obama took office. Too late now.

    by gtomkins on Wed May 30, 2012 at 10:01:35 AM PDT

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    •  I take your point... (0+ / 0-)

      that it could be useful to know the motivations of the people behind the signatures it would yield some useful information.  My guess is, considering the shuffling of the signatures and the people who got them, that this was no innocent mistake...  Ultimately, knowing would still just lead to more questions - like what did the candidate know, and when.  

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