Political Radar


July 31st, 2014

State Sen. David Ige on Thursday released his second television campaign advertisement, telling voters that they can trust him not to put special interests ahead of their own.

Ige, who is challenging Gov. Neil Abercrombie in the Democratic primary, also talks about investments in affordable housing, innovation, and education.


4 Responses to “`Trust'”

  1. Chicken Grease:

    Yeah, and special interests won't help him improve and invest in "affordable housing, innovation, and education"? Another B.S.'er

    This is more "President of Panem" than HanaBuSa's recent "culture" [club :P] ad.

    Here. Just in time for election time:

    World peace is none of your business
    You must not
    Tamper with arrangements
    Work hard
    Simply pay your taxes
    Never asking what for

    Oh, oh, you poor li-ttle fool
    Oh, youuuuuu fool

    . . .

    Each time you vote
    You support
    The pro-
    Each time you vote
    You support
    The pro-
    cess . . .

    - Morrissey, World Peace Is None of Your Business (2014)

    E'rybody start keeping score, ohia', all you.

    Certain outcomes'll have some weeping morning of 08/10/2014. bwahahah.

  2. ohiaforest3400:

    Gaah . . . . .

  3. visitor:

    Are you going to provide equal time and present an Abercrombie commercial?

  4. ohiaforest3400:

    Visitor, at least two other Abercrombie ads have been shown/linked here previously. Just because you just showed up here for the first time doesn't mean that everything that's been posted previously didn't happen.

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