The Campaign Spot

Ironically, He’s Paid Good Money for All Those Negative Ads

When your name is Creigh Deeds, your opposition is going to be awfully tempted to use the AC/DC song.

When you run a negative campaign, you kind of invite it.

When Rep. Jim Moran, a Democrat (and brother of one of Deeds’s primary rivals), starts telling the press that his campaign is too negative, and that, “he’s got to give people a reason to vote for Creigh” . . . well, the temptation is overwhelming.

Ladies and gentlemen, the Republican Party of Virginia fills a need:

Look, if Deeds had prompted the opposition to play “Highway to Hell,” that’s the closest he would have come to generating an actual transportation plan.


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