Skip to comments.JEANINE PIRRO Campaign Commercial - No. 1
Posted on 08/09/2005 12:23:07 PM PDT by doug from upland
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I heard her on Tony Snow, She is AMAZING! and Hot! I will be giving money to her for sure.
Because they are gutless and inept. They have been useful idiots for the socialists who have taken over the democrat party.
To this day they don't have the courage to call them socialists.
Read my tagline. - Tom
Considering that to win she needs the endorsement of the state's Conservative Party, of which its chairman, Michael Long, told Pirro she had a better chance of winning running for attorney general, I pretty much doubt Jeanine Pirro would even win the primary.
Remember that since 1974, no Republican candidate has won a statewide race without the backing of the state's Conservative Party.
I mean, why would anyone vote for a quasi-Liberal when they can get the real thing in Hillary. I much prefer Edward Cox -Nixon's son in law- I don't think he'll have trouble getting the endorsement of the state's Conservative Party.
Ed Cox bio.
I agree that she's not going to win, but I'm not sure Cox stands much of a chance either. I'm speculating that the GOP knows this, and they've put up Pirro for two basic reasons: 1) she's a tough candidate who will pull no punches and can do a lot of damage to Hillary without worrying about being "sensitive" like Rick Lazio was; and 2) she may lose, but she's going to make Hillary look very faded and worn-out in the process. She's only about four years younger than Hillary, but if you look at photos of both of them Hillary looks about 15 years older.
The GOP as far as I'm concerned isn't commenting much.
That's right. And speaking of Pataki... Cox has the backing of Pataki.
Interesting. Do you think this might change in light of Pirro's announcement? I don't think the GOP wants to have a long primary battle in this race.
I don't think so. Let me see if I can get more info.
OK. Don't hurry to do this tonight, though. I've got to get to bed, so I won't be able to check in again until tomorrow anyway.
See you tomorrow, I hope!
Nighty night, AC.
And she is really easy on the eyes, too!
Yes, Jeanine Pirro is a very lovely lady... Yet compared to Her Ankleship, Bender, even you would be deemed a babe!
Son! Bender! So good to see you back!
This is what I found:
Throwing an elbow early in the battle for the Republican slot for U.S. Senate, Edward Cox has enlisted the help of a consulting firm associated with President Bush's adviser Karl Rove. Cox is battling Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro for the GOP spotlight in the 2006 race against Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton. Cox, a lawyer, is a son-in-law of former President Richard Nixon.
The firm Cox hired, Olsen and Shuvalov, is an outgrowth of Rove & Company. Todd Olsen was executive vice president of Rove & Company, while Kevin Shuvalov went from the firm to Bush for President in 2000 and later worked for the Republican National Committee.
Cox was hurt this week when, hungry for star power in the GOP firmament, 46 of the state party's 62 county chiefs pressed Pirro to run against Clinton. He's also been battered by the national party's interest in Pirro.
Thomas Basile, a spokesman for Cox's exploratory committee, said the hiring of Rove's old firm was a way of gaining the fund-raising firepower needed to beat Clinton.
He also said Cox has remained in touch with officials at the national level.
"We continue to have discussions, fruitful discussions, with people at the White House and at the Republican National Committee," insisted Basile.
And here is an interesting interview with Michael Long, chairman of the NYS Conservative Party, LINK
Gotta go. Nighty night.
She can beat Hillary.
She's smart, very intelligent, articulate, tough and much better looking than Hillary.
She'll make mince meat out of Hillary in the debates. Just wait and see.
So is hillary's - what's your point?
GREAT CAMPAIGN AD, DOUG,
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE SEND IT TO HER OFFICE!
Glad to see you back, guys!
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