Sunday, May 14, 2006

Where's Bobby Casey?

Hat Tip to my friends over at gopbloggers. Here is a fun interactive video about Bobby Casey, Jr. A little help to my liberal deaniacs, turn the lamp off when you get in his office.

12 comments:

Steve Mule said...

Mr. Hornback,
Who's Bobby Casey? And why should I care?

SteveMule

Brian Hornback said...

Bobby Casey, Jr. is the Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate in PA. He has the reputation of being the most negative, dishonest and mud slinging of any candidate in the country. Watch the video .

He his currently running against pro-family, pro-smaller government United States Senator Rick Santorum.

Dave Oatney said...

For the record, Robert Sr. was one of the best friends the pro-life movement in America has ever had-and he was a Democrat.

Robert Jr.'s position still remains unclear...

Brian Hornback said...

I agree and Robert, Sr. wouldn't be running against Santorum.

Bobby, Jr. is more to the liking of Hilleary, Slick Willy, Joh Kerrey and teh screamer Howard Dean.

Brian Hornback said...

Why should SteveMule care? It doesn't matter to me if, SteveMule cares. As I have indicated in the past, this blog is hit by individuals all over North America as well as those overseas.

By 4:30 p.m. today there have been 95 hits all ranging from from CA, PA, TX, FL, East, Middle and West TN, NC, NY, OH, VA, Canada and the U.K.

This blog covers issues and news items of a broader scope than SteveMule's mind.

Steve Mule said...

Mr. Hornback,
Thanks for insults, . No, I hadn't been watching the PA State senate race and hadn't watched the video when I commented. I asked, you answered and all was fine. I've checked and Santorum isn't doing that well in the polls.

SteveMule

Brian Hornback said...

Unlike you, Polls mean nothing to me in May for a November election. Plus, the only poll I care about are election results.

Steve Mule said...

Mr. Hornback,
Well, I just feel that if the polls were different you'd be crowing them from the rooftops. Regardless, Sen. Santorum's campaign needs to pick up the pace.

SteveMule

Brian Hornback said...

See the problem with you, SteveMule, is you do not know me, personally and have never had the benefit of knowing me except for the views you have arrived at based on your opinions from the three months that you have lingered here at Brian's Blog.

If you had the experience of being near me and with me for my 24 years of Republican grassroots experience, you would know that I have NEVER put any stock or banked my opinions on any polling. Polling means NOTHING to me and never has.

I support my candidates, because of my belief in their positions.

You would be shocked to know who I supported in the Presidential Republican primary in 1996 and 2000.

Steve Mule said...

Mr. Hornback,
Uh ... OK, I can understand that. How often have they won?

SteveMule

Brian Hornback said...

In my 24 years of Republican grassroots experience, I have won more than I have lost.

Steve Mule said...

Mr. Hornback,
OK, that's cool. WHo did you support back in '96 and 2000? Gus Hall?? :-) I've a funny story concerning him.

SteveMule