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I don’t think Joe Miller’s latest ad in the Alaska Senate Race is quite as funny as his last one.  I do give him kudos for thinking outside the box.  A little parody of Christine O’Donnell’s ad, a nod to Harry Potter and we certainly have a unique political ad.

It’s amazing how the Democrat isn’t even a factor in this race… it reminds me of another Senate race. Funny that one also has a Republican has-been running.

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  1. Yes, it’s a nice warm and friendly ad from the guy who wants to take away every Alaskan’s right to vote by repealing the 17th Amendment, and take away women’s control over their own bodies. Very warm and friendly indeed.

    1. How does a repeal of the 17th Amendment take away your right to vote? You get to vote for your state legislators don’t you? Do you think we’d have unfunded federal mandates passed down to the states if State Legislators appointed Senators?

      Nope.

      I don’t think its very warm and friendly to deny a child their right to life – an inalienable right mentioned in our founding documents. You obviously don’t have a problem with that.

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