Wednesday, August 03, 2005

I "Smell" a Bad Campaign

Over in the 67th, Chris Craddock's liberal opponent, Chuck Caputo has been running an interesting campaign thus far. His website, and literature do not say anything about his party affiliation, and he mentions that "partisanship" divides. This is interesting because many of his volunteers are extreme American-hating leftists, who are out soley because they oppose the conservatism of Craddock. As the election draws closer , I highly doubt Caputo will keep up his no party line, especially if Kaine is looking close to Kilgore in the numbers. Although the campaign has been doing some door to door, the number of volunteers pails in comparison to that of Democratic counterparts Werkheiser and Shannon, and is nothing compared to Craddocks workforce. I find it highly amusing that Caputo always corrects people about the pronunciation of his name, which is pronounced "Cap-you-to". This coupled with the fact that his campaign managers name is pronounced "La-Staink-ey"....I think I smell a bad campaign.


At 11/10/2005 02:15:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the bad campaign won by a huge margin. I guess they knew they could sit back and watch Craddock fry himaelf.


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