Wednesday, December 07, 2005

The "Craddock Shed"

Just got these developed today from a few days before the election. Me and a group of people went out to the Chantilly High School shed, and decorated it up for Craddock. ...sadly the Caputo people had spray painted over it by 3pm the following day. Image Hosted by ImageShack.us Image Hosted by ImageShack.us Image Hosted by ImageShack.us

12 Comments:

At 12/07/2005 08:36:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Im impressesed van Gough...

....you painted the Bolling?

 
At 12/07/2005 10:15:00 PM, Blogger Willis said...

It looks all screwed up, like Craddock's mind.

 
At 12/07/2005 10:24:00 PM, Blogger too conservative said...

Get to know him first, before you judge.

 
At 12/07/2005 10:25:00 PM, Blogger AWCheney said...

Please tell me that this shed is a traditional, and sanctioned, graffiti site.

 
At 12/07/2005 10:55:00 PM, Blogger too conservative said...

Haha yes it is.

Its hard to explain, but different school groups paint over it. Other schools do before football games ect.

 
At 12/07/2005 11:38:00 PM, Blogger J.Sarge said...

Uh, maybe it's just me, but using initials to support your candidate, when both candidates have the same initials (Chris Craddock/Chuck Caputo), doesn't seem to be the best idea...

Not that anyone would make a mistake in this instance.

Also odd: comparing Caputo to a child when Craddock was the only candidate, to my knowledge, under the age of 28.

I knew that Craddock picked up a number of endorsements along the way, but I was surprised to see in your photo that Jesus Christ decided to throw his (considerable) weight behind Mr. Craddock. While I'll save my rant re: the debasing of Christian symbols for political gain for another time (cue collective sigh of relief from the blogosphere), I must mention one thing: it is insulting to think that The Lord would support Craddock - and he would lose. That is the first, and best, reason to leave religion out of the campaign arena.

 
At 12/08/2005 01:02:00 AM, Blogger too conservative said...

As far as the baby comment...
we were going to write Caputo is a baby_____, but we left it at baby.

Craddock is a Youth Minister, thus the cross.

 
At 12/08/2005 06:25:00 AM, Anonymous The Ghost of Tom Joad said...

All of the effort you used to paint that shed, could've been used to get some more of your supporters out. Either you thought you could rest and take it easy because you thought Craddock had it in the bag or you just didn't have anyone else you could phone bank and positively promote your candidate. Maybe you could've made it a 56-44 race instead!

It was like the checkerboard design pattern of signs Craddock's campaign used on Rt. 50. It probably turned voters off while your campaign thought it made you look cool.

 
At 12/08/2005 10:58:00 AM, Blogger Willis said...

"It was like the checkerboard design pattern of signs Craddock's campaign used on Rt. 50. It probably turned voters off while your campaign thought it made you look cool."

That could go for Craddock's entire campaign. All Caputo had to do was appear on the ballot, and he would have won.

 
At 12/08/2005 11:11:00 AM, Blogger too conservative said...

That could go for Craddock's entire campaign. All Caputo had to do was appear on the ballot, and he would have won

That shows how little you knew about the race.

ALL Craddock had to do was appear on the ballot. The media, and his percieved right wing stances did the campaign in.

Its a Republican district.

Tom Joad-I did it at night, when nothing else could be done, we worked hard.

 
At 12/08/2005 11:40:00 AM, Blogger Willis said...

As I sais, all Caputo had to do was appear on the ballot. Craddock was doomed from the start.

 
At 12/08/2005 06:59:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing to see everything that was wrong with your operation. A picture says 1000 words.

 

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