Political Radar

`Hardest vote'

July 3rd, 2014

U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa has a new television advertisement that expands on her critical view of military action in Iraq.

The spot, dubbed "Hardest Vote," maintains that the United States should not commit to war without the support of the American people.

Hanabusa is challenging U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz in the Democratic primary.

4 Responses to “`Hardest vote'”

  1. Chicken Grease:

    Looks like she has terrible handlers.

    This is, what? Her 2nd, 3rd "on and on" about her being against the war? Yawwwwwwwwwwwnnnnnnnnn. This is going to look like her only campaign issue.

    Schatz, at least, goes with different topics on his ads.

    When I look at Hanabusa, I don't think "for war" or "against war" anyway. She's making that quantum leap from local politician to one on the national level look ridiculous.

    X-gen in . . . baby boomers, time to get the #3ll out already. Leave.

  2. Goober:

    grease on peace

  3. itoboy:

    Wow . . . so Colleen Hanabusa is suddenly a dove?! And Especially Incognito is a chimp?! News to me! LOL

  4. Especially Incognito:

    Seems that itoboy with the IQ of 1
    has nothing else to talk about but
    a chimp as if it were Michael Jackson.
    Believe to be fact that makes itoboy,
    a monkey's uncle and the monkey with
    the higher IQ. The infactuation that itoboy
    has with a monkey, makes me wonder, it should
    stay behind a closet door.


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