December 21, 2005
Closing out the quarter with Radnofsky

One reason why you're seeing BlogAds for Barbara Radnofsky these days (a list of sites which are featuring it can be found in the comments here) is that she's not resting on her laurels during the holiday season. She's still out there, travelling and raising money for her campaign, and despite advice that this is a bad time of year to do it, she tells me she's had a fair bit of success. You can help prove that conventional wisdom wrong by clicking on one of those BlogAds or just going to her contributions page and tossing her a few bucks. Christmastime also means end-of-the-quartertime, and it'd be nice to make her FEC report look a little spiffier, wouldn't it? Richard Morrison's doing a little diary work for her, so go read to get in the right frame of mind, then pay Barbara a visit and give her a hand if you can.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on December 21, 2005 to Election 2006 | TrackBack

The blog ads ratcheded up unique website visits tenfold, with a couple of even bigger spikes on the 24th and 25th, supposedly dead days for political ads.

The extremist chatter on the far right hated them--what better compliment, other than the donations from across the country that came in as folks realize that challenging rubberstamp extremists is the single best way to end extremism and non-representation at the federal level.

Despite the wingnut howls of protests against our artwork, none wanted to discuss the issues, hoping instead that the qualifications for U.S. Senate will be:

1. Money
2. Number of years in office

We're looking forward to another round of ads in early January, forcing KBH apologists to address:

1. Effective representation for Texas at the federal level
2. Working proposals for health care, education, and veterans' issues
3. Track record solving problems

Posted by: Seth Davidson on December 31, 2005 7:45 AM