really haven’t talked much about the Lamont/Lieberman race because, well, I think I have all of two readers that could vote in it, and I really don’t want to be mistaken for part of the advertise liberally
cult. That being said, this
might just be the dumbest.thing.ever.
A TV ad, with a message approved by Sen. Joe Lieberman, uses a phony Ned Lamont bumper sticker to falsely claim that all Lamont has to say is "No More Joe."**If you would like to write for this blog, please check out BTL’s Contributor Call
The ad ran today on Hartford's Fox affiliate WTIC-61, during "Fox News Sunday." (It was also shown during C-Span's airing of the Lieberman-Lamont debate.)
The narrator begins the ad with: "In the battle of the bumper stickers, this one has a simple message: 'No More Joe.' But what else does Lamont really have to say?"
A graphic of a "NO MORE JOE" sticker is shown. The second line of the sticker reads: "Ned Lamont * Democrat for U.S. Senate". In the bottom right corner of the sticker is a URL, www.nomorejoe.com.
Problem is: there is no www.nomorejoe.com.