Dino Rossi & GOP’s Slimy Campaign Tactics are Junior High

By Garth O'Brien | August 20, 2008 
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In person Dino Rossi seems like an all-around nice guy. However, Dino’s commercials have a hint of distrust and misdirection. A little research shows he is all about political double speak, and then you see this garbage. All I can associate with this billboard is slimy politics, underhanded tactics, two-faced and undeserving of my vote.

These billboards are placed in Eastern Washington. It does not matter if Rossi’s camp is responsible for this advertisement or if the GOP created this. Rossi is the top Republican candidate and should have some control over his supporters or constituents. Spewing one position in one region and then changing your stance in the next region is disingenuous. I can think of another politician that likes to say one thing to one audience, but says the opposite to a different audience; George W. Bush.

I did not vote for either Rossi or Chris Gregoire in the last race for governor, but I am tired of Bush politics. Dino you did not play your cards right with this voter. Governor Gregoire I am casting my vote for you this November.

DUI Blog Comments

3 Responses to “Dino Rossi & GOP’s Slimy Campaign Tactics are Junior High”

  1. elly on September 19th, 2008 3:00 pm

    i have seen these on the western side of the state, in the city of seattle, also.


  2. marty on October 12th, 2008 7:57 pm

    yes, but is there truth to the statement? hmm.

  3. Glenn on October 22nd, 2008 9:11 pm

    Junior high? Kind of like your education level?

    It would be against the law for Rossi to give input on the signs, just like it would be against the law for Gregoire to denounce the lies in the Evergreen Progres PAC ads. That’s why I don’t blame her for not denouncing them. I do blame her though for the lies HER CAMPAIGN is spreading though, like saying Rossi wants to lower the minimum wage and opposes stem cell research.

    I guess when you’re a desperate incumbent though, what else can you do?