Archive for the ‘2005 Kilgore - Kaine’ Category
Remember Bill Hillsman? The World’s Greatest Political Adman? He’s the guy who did Russ Potts’ pathetic political ads in last year’s gubernatorial race. Well, he’s working now for Ned Lamont, the guy who is challenging Joe Lieberman in Connecticut’s Democratic Senate primary. Take a look at this disaster of an ad that Hillsman [...]
The Virginian-Pilot had this interesting article about what Jerry Kilgore is doing these days. He's doing just fine, thank you.
I had planned to comment on this Jeff Schapiro piece on Jerry Kilgore, but I see that Norm has beaten me to the punch. As usual, he does better than I would have, anyway: Once upon a time, Marvel Comics has a series called "What If..." It was a mildly interesting way to explore alternative [...]
"I'm not going to be in for tax increases because we did it in 2004, and we're going to have to live within our means." --Gubernatorial candidate Tim Kaine, on WRVA radio in Richmond, on November 3, 2005 -- five days before Election Day. UPDATE: Another great Tim Kaine quote.
Tim Kaine has evidently written this piece describing how he won last year's gubernatorial race. I suppose the victors get to write the history, but this one seems to be incomplete. As you read it, however, see if you can't also feel Kaine's unconditional love for Mark Warner.