Democrat candidates found to be paying to get their message on television, and are even asking questions and giving answers of their own on so-called “debates”
Washington, D.C. — The full scope of how far the Democrats will go to take office in November’s election became clear today, after a sweeping report released by the GOP spelled out the facts.
Among the breathtaking findings:
To date, every single Democratic candidate for Senate and Governor around the country has bribed their local television stations to air “commercials” which present their views and promote their agenda to an innocent television audience.
Several Democratic candidates have been involved in “debates” with their Republican opponents, daring to question the authority and leadership ability of the Republican candidate. Some have even been asked questions by liberally-biased “moderators” who actually allow the Democrat up to two full minutes to respond to the question.
An underground sting operation found that most Democratic candidates have created obscene signage aimed at promoting their name-recognition and have recklessly placed these signs on beautiful pastures of green grass, thereby disturbing the natural ecosystem.
Marc Racicot, Chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), today issued a statement along with the new report.
“All of the unfair and possibly illegal initiatives which Democrat candidates have been in engaged in deserve a serious look by the Justice Department, in our opinion,” said Raciot. “These vile attempts to sway public option will fail.”
Racicot added that one technique used by Democrats, the “promotional car bumper-sticker,” may even pose a hazardous threat, as motorists could lose control of their SUVs when eye-to-eye with a “commie bastard’s propaganda.”