Mister Ken: The Talking Horse's Ass genre: Snapshot Thoughts & Tongue-In-Cheek

Ken Mehlman has defended the GOP campaign ad being run against Harold Ford in Tennessee in which a woman without clothes states that she met Mr. Ford at a Playboy Club. At the end of the ad, she is shown pretending to be holding a phone and saying, "Harold, call me". I thought it would be appropriate to have some fun at Mr. Mehlman's expense since he apparently enjoys "innuendo".

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Daniel DiRito | October 25, 2006 | 4:47 PM
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1 On October 25, 2006 at 6:46 PM, jummy wrote —

i'm reminded of the south park bit where they passed a law that restricted game hunting to self-defense. hunting went on unabated, but there had to be some pro forma declaration before firing. so the hunters would go marching though the woods all cocked and geared-up and when they saw a deer they'd yell, "he's comin' right for us!" before firing, and then they'd collect their game.

"he's comin' right for us!"

BANG!

"aww shucks! missed again."

lol!

2 On October 25, 2006 at 8:18 PM, Julian Miller wrote —

EXCELLENT!
Mehlman is the #1 house fairy for the GOP.
Please keep telling everyone how nelly the head of the RNC really is.

3 On October 26, 2006 at 9:38 AM, cy_babe wrote —

HAHAHAHA, sure us poor folk in Tennessee are that stupid and prejudice (not). I would guess only a loony liberal in the country’s terminals would look at us fly-over’s and say we are too stupid to understand (your) prejudice. BTW: I think the back lash will be similar to what occurred in the small county of Ohio during the 2004 election when the Guardian UK left wing kooks tried to educate the poor stupid people of America. Corker is on his way. Conservative is alive and well in TN.

4 On October 26, 2006 at 3:59 PM, the Watcher wrote —

Since this ad has run over 2000 black republicans in Tenn. have stated that they will NOT VOTE REPUBLICAN purely based on that disgusting ad.
These (mostly Christian) voters got the message (yet again) by the "conservative" republican party: Fear. Fear the black man. Hide your white women. Sooooo 1950's. I got one email which states that this is going to be a (much needed) lesson....

Keep up the good work mehlmen...or whatever...your a complete joke.

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