Friday, June 21, 2013

A GREAT AD, BUT IS IT TOO LATE

My system will not allow me to adjust the size of the ad - just click here and you will see the entire ad.

This ad could actually bring Sarkis votes which otherwise would not have been cast. It is a good thing a private citizen took out the ad. Citizen participation is always a good thing. But the problem is, this type ad should have been put out starting last January. The citizen advocate is assuming people will read the ad. A clear narrative which can change things takes weeks of repetition.

While the ad sends a clear message, it may be too late.  I do think it will make the election a lot closer than I previously believed it would be.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bobby, you DO know Juan A. Montoya lives at 1501 Old Port Isabel Rd., right?
http://www.co.cameron.tx.us/election/docs/COB051113.xls

Kind of a coinky-dinky, no?

Makes one wonder what the penalty is for false disclaimers on political ads...

BobbyWC said...

I have your post - there are even more interesting parts - but I have other documents which show it to be different - I am being evasive in my post for a reason.

Bobby WC

BobbyWC said...

See my separate post on this - his address according to court documents changed to Weslaco street

bobby WC

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