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New Deeds Ad: Fired Up and Ready to Go

by: KathyinBlacksburg

Wed Oct 21, 2009 at 12:42:17 PM EDT


KathyinBlacksburg :: New Deeds Ad: Fired Up and Ready to Go
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Is it on the air in NOVA?
Deeds won the primary by (among other things) running ads in NOVA.  He doesn't seem to be doing as much of that these days.

So after spending all summer running away from the President and the Democratics in Congress,
now we're suppose to get "fired up and ready to go" because Barry says so, while Creigh says no to a public option.

Where did I leave my Thomas collar, this whiplash is killing me?

As Churchill is supposed to have said, "This pudding has no theme."

To your question, haven't seen it on NoVa cable or broadcast channels yet.


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