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December 16, 2005

Shaming Jean Schmidt

Though Lamar Advertising refused to run their billboard ads, the Democratic National Committee wasn't letting Jean Schmidt get off that easy after practically calling 30-year Marine veteran Jack Murtha a coward on the House floor.

Here's the mobile billboard they'll be running in her district:

And here's the newspaper ad:

Schmidt narrowly beat Fighting Dem Paul Hackett in a special election held last August for the seat of outgoing Ohio Congressman Rob Portman.

She's up for re-election in 2006. Her district is strongly Republican, but a mouth too big for her brain may prove to be the Dems' biggest ally in nipping her political career in the bud,

[via Raw Story.]


posted at 8:01 AM by Wonky Muse

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