Dear MSM, 

Last month, your mean-spirited and mendacious coverage of Sarah Palin energized conservatives and put the McCain-Palin ticket back in the race. We conservatives are deeply grateful for your assistance on that project, but we need your help one more time.

If you would be kind enough to attack Joe the Plumber,  it would be very useful to the McCain campaign. We don’t need anything special, just the usual ad hominem attacks—-accuse him of being a Republican plant, dig into his personal life, that sort of thing.

Maybe you could claim he isn’t a real plumber, or dig into the public record for tax liens, or see if he has ever been to a Republican rally. It would also be helpful if you could smear his relatives and friends. Don’t forget to accuse Joe of racism.

So, thank you again for your partisan, dishonest  attacks on Governor Palin, and I hope you will do the same to Joe.  It will probably be enough to put McCain over the top. You and your moronic accomplices in the Lefty blogosphere have been a big help this year. Keep up the good work.

Yours contemptuously,

David Catron

Comments 3

  1. nes wrote:

    let us say I am a blue collar worker and near the age of retirement. mccain will give me a $5000.00 rebate on my tax so that I can look for my own health and welfare insurance? you are asking me to slay a dragon with a toothpick? insurance company base your premiums on your age, your physical fitness and anything negative about your mental and physical health. they can cancel, denies your claim and due to previuos or existing condition and you are left out in a cold with out your underwear. you got to be naive or stupid, how dumb can this politician think the average american are.

    Posted 17 Oct 2008 at 5:16 pm
  2. Mike wrote:

    The part that makes me smile is that Joe the Plumber would do better under President Obama’s tax plan. And now the poor guy is being put through the ringer for asking a rhetorical question…

    Posted 17 Oct 2008 at 11:29 pm
  3. Matt Horn wrote:

    Heck, I would do better under his plan as well. That does not mean it is a good plan. Why would anyone want to stifle those that provide jobs to others. I guess I just don’t get Marxists.

    Posted 20 Oct 2008 at 11:26 am

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