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Another highly creative web-ad from Frank Eaton and the NC Democrats.  In the continuing story of "Puppet" Pat McCrory, our intrepid Republican Gubernatorial fiberfill-based life form and his plutocrat handlers pay a visit to a Romney tax haven.  Hilarity ensues.

Pay close attention to the kid.

Want to help defeat Puppet Pat McCrory?  Help Walter Dalton.  He's within striking distance of a foppish dandy twit of an opponent, who has benefited from the Dems late entry into the race (due to Bev Perdue's pullout).  

Walter is a mountain Democrat.  Here on DailyKos, he's probably be called a Blue Dog, but he's not.  He's a serious and substantive guy with a lot to offer.  I helped run a primary campaign against him 4 years ago.  I came to respect him a great deal as a hard worker and a careful, disciplined campaigner.

Help him out, please. Contribute to Walter Dalton here.

And if you run a campaign and need some truly creative ad work, Frank Eaton is your man. His work this year has included the two Puppet Pat videos and the best of all the opposition videos to Amendment One in NC - the one that should have been running nonstop on NC TV stations.  Frank's a rising star -get him while he's on the way up.

Thanks.

-DFL

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