Laffey vs. Wiggum

by Mike on August 28, 2006

in Politics

I was lucky enough to catch the fourth debate between Cranston Mayor Steve Laffey and incumbent Senator Ralph Wiggum yesterday. I’ll be the first to admit I wasn’t thrilled with Laffey’s performance, but the unintentional comedy out of Senator Chafee was rich. Anchor Rising has some excellent coverage and ongoing debate on the candidates.

According to Chafee, American is a great country because of its social programs. While reminiscing about his days as an illegal immigrant in pre-Harper Canada, Chafee reminded us about his “distinguished” record, his extreme left-wing agenda, and his impressive knowledge of history. On Chafee’s planet, no tax cut is small enough, even those supported by 97 Senators. In addition, nativity scenes at Cranston’s city hall are a bigger threat to America than Syria. He then appeared to either blame the Vietnam war on President Kennedy’s tax cuts.

Chafee fail history? That’s unpossible. It’s time to dump this loser Rhode Island. Elect Laffey.

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Ryan August 29, 2006 at 11:34 am

I heard that Senator Wiggum also believes that Vietnam was caused by tax cuts. Hmm… Maybe those files are located somehwere between Dubya’s hurricane machine and Rove’s earthquake device.

Ralph Wiggum is funny on the Simpsons. Chafee is an elected functionary. That’s not funny.

Vote Laffey!


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