This Is The Worst ... You Know What? Don’t Click. It’s Too Painful
I told you! Why don’t you listen, people! When I say don’t click, I mean don’t click!
I know you’ve come this far, but seriously, do not click on this political ad below. This is your last chance. No, I am not fucking kidding. I don’t care if the ad is for a Democrat. Dan Helmer is running against Barbara Comstock, a fairly vulnerable Republican in Virginia’s 10th district. But this? I would strongly consider abstaining from voting if the race came down to Helmer vs. Comstock.
Who thought this would work?
Again, I repeat: Do not click. I promise you that you will regret it.
I've seen a lot of campaign ads. A lot. This might be the worst I've ever seen. https://t.co/gnqaKf5Aj0— Emily C. Singer (@CahnEmily) September 18, 2017
You didn’t listen, did you? How far did you make it? Did you make it to the BA DUP! BA DUP! I’m so, so sorry. I take full responsibility for the suffering you experienced, EVEN THOUGH I TOLD YOU NOT TO CLICK. That ad is like a terrible porn movie without the porn.
To make up for it, at least to our sistren and brethren in Virginia’s 7th district, I encourage you all to check out Abigail Spanberger. I don’t know a lot about her personally, but a reader, Billy R. reached out a few weeks ago and spoke incredibly highly of her on a personal level. From what Billy says, she sounds amazing, and should she win the nomination, will face off against the vile Dave Brat, who — with the help of Steve Bannon — outflanked the somewhat moderate Republican Eric Cantor on the right in 2014 and took the district. Anyway, if you live in the area, look her up. A Pajiban vouches for her, which is good enough for me. Plus, I can almost guarantee that her political ads will never be as awful as Dan Helmer’s. *Shudder.*
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