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Smith: Bush’s Scary Political Doppelganger October 31, 2007

Filed under: Gordon Smith,U.S. Senate — taoiseach @ 2:02 pm

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (yes, that DSCC) may strike fear into the hearts of Novick supporters, but they can probably get behind the latest video from the organization, which features the Republican ‘monsters’ that inhabit the U.S. Senate.

Sure, it’s no Willamette Week‘s ‘The Good, The Bad and the Awful’ (which has absolutely sucked recently), but it’s timely :

Ah, dig that 1930s Universal production value!

And of course, they save the scariest Senator for last: Oregon’s own Bush doppelganger Gordon Smith, who has perpetrated a 90% pro-Bush voting record on his own Oregon constituents.

The Boundary just watched 1980s horror classic The Reanimator last night. And while Smith’s political career may well be dead, there’s no limit to the amount of re-agent his campaign coffers can buy.

But who can stop him…?

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One Response to “Smith: Bush’s Scary Political Doppelganger”

  1. Micah Tillman Says:

    Do Smith’s constituents not like him? Have they just not had the opportunity to vote him out yet?


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