PAC running ads promoting Blackburn

The Senate Leadership Fund is now running television ads in support of Republican Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn. The ad features footage of President Donald Trump endorsing Blackburn at a rally in Nashville in May.

8 Responses to PAC running ads promoting Blackburn

  • James White says:

    Trump did not help Diane Black.

    • Stuart I. Anderson says:

      He never did endorse her because Haslam begged him not to in order for his boy Randy! to win which I’m happy to point out he didn’t.

  • Phil Lassiter says:

    Need something new.

    • Stuart I. Anderson says:

      Marsha and her friends just started to advertise so this is an introductory ad which simply goes over the candidates’ background. Low information voters especially outside of the Seventh District don’t know Marsha as well as they know Bredesen so some introduction is necessary. Don’t worry, red meat will follow soon enough.

      • Bob Fischer says:

        We know she profits from the sales of opioids and makes a living from getting people addicted to drugs. We know she accepts bribes from the cables and telecommunications industry to insure their monopoly is not threatened. We know she supports Trump/Putin policies and obstructing justice rather than insisting they be held responsible for committing fraud against the US and subjugating our interests to those of the Russians. A vote for Blackburn is a vote for Putin. Listen to her positions and research what she says.

  • Eddie White says:

    Bottom line for me: I trust the lady from Mississippi over the man from Massachusetts. I’m voting Marsha!

  • James White says:

    Tennessee Jed has the best line: She hasn’t brought Tennessee values to D.C. in the 15 years she has been in Washington. Why would she start now??
    We know there is something wrong in DC and it has been messed up for years. Voting for Marsha Blackburn is voting for the Same Thing that is Wrong with Washington. Why keep voting for the same ol same ol ?
    “[T]he two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy…. But either party in office becomes in time corrupt, tired, unenterprising, and vigorless. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which will have none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies.” – Carroll Quigley in his 1966 book Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time.

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