Thursday, February 26, 2015

New radio ad launched today: We will squash Schweich like the bug that he is

The advertisement doesn't make any difference now but a group called Citizens for Fairness launched this radio ad which compares the late State Auditor Thomas Schweich to Mayberry deputy Barney Fife, says he is corrupt, and that he was encouraged to run so Democrats would have an easier candidate to beat in the general election.

Schweich is an obviously weaker opponent against Democrat Chris Koster. Once Schweich obtains the Republican nomination, we will quickly squash him like a bug that he is and put our candidate, Chris Koster in the governor’s mansion.”

Now Schweich's opponent, Rex Sinquefield's puppet, Catherine Hanaway has a clear path to the nomination.

11 comments:

Dusty Roads said...

I hop he did not kill himself over this ad

Anonymous said...

What a stupid ad.

Anonymous said...

Hanaway is dangerous for the simple fact that she is stupid enough to be Sinquefeld's puppet. With or without Schweich's participation in the race I would not vote for her. It's time to stay home or vote for the other side. A vote for her is a vote for Sinquefeld.

Anonymous said...

http://www.stltoday.com/news/opinion/columns/tony-messenger/messenger-from-voicemail-to-voicemail-the-short-political-career-of/article_d287e178-0463-53d8-9393-595c9b40dcf5.html

Anonymous said...

Sorry Hanaway, I will not vote for any candidate who plays pocket pool with Rex Sinquefeld!

Anonymous said...

Murder...............

Anonymous said...

Do you think possibly, going through the "dirty laundry" of small towns where adultery and misuse of tax payers trust and money, got to him? When you are having to investigate a clerk's abilities when those above have corruption stamped on their foreheads and skate by with bright futures. It must have been terribly frustrating to see the evil in our towns but not find the "money" trail to the truly guilty.
And then to read the Ad. Enough Already!

Anonymous said...

Those responsible for this ad should be feeling like the jerks they are right about now. Typical political mudslinging makes you feel like running to the shower for even listening to this garbage.

Anonymous said...

Tom was a friend of mine. He was brilliant, caring, a good family man, and dedicated to ending corruption in our state. He was no Barney Fife. I may be a Republican, but I will never vote for Hanaway. She is ruthless and not what our state needs. Koster looks good to me.

Anonymous said...

Ignorance and meanness combined, here. Sad, sad, sad that they would do this. I would say stoop, but they are too low already to stoop. Won't vote for Hanaway and will vote against any legislator who takes money from Sinquefeld. It's time for those who are not wealthy to stand up to those who believe they can buy and scare us into supporting what is best for them. Hanaway is crooked and Sinquefeld is worse.

Anonymous said...

This does not smell like a "suicide". Now the question that Investigators need to be asking is, who had the most to gain by his death?