Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Missing: Mark Green's positives

This observation from Seth Zlotocha
Evidently unable to find suitable talking points that feature any potential upsides of Green, the GOP is trying to level weakly-backed charges against Doyle as their primary election strategy...Eventually the GOP is going to need to start talking more about Mark Green if they hope to win the election this fall...
has prompted some interesting commentary and discussion about whether Mark Green has anything to offer besides Doyle-bashing, and who will win if this election becomes a referendum on Doyle.

Read it here.


At 12:08 PM, Blogger Republican Vigilante said...

I think you do pretty well with Green bashing yourself. Those commercials you did last month were pretty fancy.

Here's the truth xoff, neither one of our guys is going to win on their "positives." You know it. I know it. The people of Wisconsin know it.

So stop crying me a river here, ok?

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At 5:40 PM, Blogger badgervan said...

If you like what the Decider has done to our country, vote for Mark Green - dependable rubber stamp for Bush/Cheney, and a typical repub big talker about supporting our military - while voting to cut veteran's programs.
A non-partisan vet's organization recently came out with ratings on all legislators, as to positive votes on veteran's issues. Mr. Green scored a 40. Russ Feingold and Herb Kohl both scored 92, while Dave Obey, Gwen Moore, Tammy Baldwin and Ron Kind scored 100. Mr. Ryan, Mr. Sensenbrenner and Mr. Petri scored 0. That's right: 0.
Why any vet would vote republican is beyond me. Actions speak louder than words to this vet.

At 10:26 PM, Blogger Troy Fullerton said...

Yes, resorting to criticizing Green for not going to DC to cast his ballot in mostly meaningless votes is quite the strategy for the Dems.

Let me guess, if Green never missed a vote in Congress, then the strategy would be to criticize him for not being in Wisconsin enough?

Green is the only candidate who can run on his positives, while simultaneously attacking Doyle's negatives. But aren't all re-election campaigns a referendum on the incumbent?


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