Recent Posts

MN-08: Has the Mills campaign really learned anything?

by Dan Burns on June 16, 2016 · 3 comments

millspartying1 stewartshorn

Since the narrow loss in 2014, the brains behind the U.S. House campaign of Stewart Mills III seem to have determined that they lost because of two (2) things: the hair, and the spoiled rotten rich kid image.
 
Regarding the former, I’ve provided “before” and “after” pictures. The story is that the change is the result of a “grilling accident.” It’s true that you’d be hard-pressed to think of a man elected to the U.S. Congress with flowing locks like “before” unless you went all the way back to the antebellum South. But, seriously, this guy somehow burned off his own hair, and we’re supposed to put him in Congress? (“We’re,” because I’m an MN-08 voter, myself, and very much desirous of continuing with the strong, mostly progressive representation of Rep. Rick Nolan (D-MN).)
 
Re: the latter, it still seems like a valid point indeed, especially since as far as I’ve seen Mills has never so much as been on a city council, much less paid some dues and learned something about governing by doing some time in the Minnesota legislature. Hence, this ad, in which viewers are assured by sincere eyewitnesses that as a child Stewart III in reality worked his fingers to the very bone. If you buy that, you probably buy the one about the grilling accident, and far worse the whole Guardians Of Privilege platform about how what we all really need are more tax breaks and other government handouts for the super-rich…like Mills.
 

Stewart Mills III supports Donald Trump for the Presidency of the United States.
 

Previous post:

Next post: