The BeanWalker had the following picture of a Christie Vilsack campaign mailer.

christie-vilsack-mailer-fail

You would think that Christie Vilsack, the Democratic challenger to Congressman Steve King in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District Race, who was a former schoolteacher before becoming Iowa’s First Lady would have somebody proofread her stuff.  How much money was spent on that mailer and I wonder if anybody is getting fired over this.

Then Christie Vilsack had a rally in Sioux City, IA with former President Bill Clinton in the vicinity of a strip club.  Yes it’s in the historic part of Sioux City, and no it wasn’t right next door (it was on the same block), but you’d think they would have scoped out the locale better and thought of the message that sends.  I mean c’mon she was with Bill Clinton!  Make the opposition work harder than that!

3 comments
  1. File this under “who cares” because Christie is making a race in the 4th district. King is an embarrassment to most intelligent Iowans and needs to go. Polls are not looking good for King and that delights many people.

    1. I agree that it isn’t a big deal, but “making a race” equates to she’s not behind by double digits. She’s still behind, and her debate performances have not helped her.

    2. Sorry moby, anyone who shares a party with Obama and Biden has no business calling anyone an embarrassment.

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