The Ed Morrissey Show: Jim Geraghty, Jeb Bradley

posted at 1:00 pm on July 30, 2008 by Ed Morrissey

Today, on the Ed Morrissey Show (3 pm ET), Jim Geraghty of Campaign Spot joins us! We’ll talk about the latest on the campaign trail, including the New York Times’ hypocritical potshot at John McCain on negative campaigning. Don’t miss it!

Update: In the second half, Jeb Bradley joins us to talk about his run for Congress in New Hampshire!  We’ll ask him about his current lead in the polls, as well as his positions on the issues.

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Why are they called attack ads if what they are portraying is TRUE?

Are we not allowed to know what the truth is? More importantly, SHOULDN’T we be told what each candidates shortcomings are?

originalpechanga on July 30, 2008 at 2:09 PM

Why are they called attack ads if what they are portraying is TRUE?

Are we not allowed to know what the truth is? More importantly, SHOULDN’T we be told what each candidates shortcomings are?

originalpechanga on July 30, 2008 at 2:09 PM

Not according to McCain Feingold you’re not allowed to say it. Soon McCain is going to have to stop doing those kinds of Advertisements. The reason, he told us for the last decade or more that we don’t want to have negative ads. He pushed his campaign finance reform bill and named it after himself. The end result, he realizes that we don’t like him, and he’s trying to get everyone to hate Obama more than we detest him.

On a side note. I thought things only went into this catagory, the extremely hot issues, once they had a hundred comments. I guess Captain Ed has a contractual agreement to push his radio show cheering the Republican Party here. Funny how Michelle Malkin doesn’t get her comments pushed like this. Oh well, I guess there are certain perks for the water toting folks of the Republican Party.

Snake307 on July 30, 2008 at 2:57 PM

It goes in Top Picks every day until the show’s over, and has for the five months I’ve been here. I guess you might want to actually read Hot Air for more than a day before appointing yourself the Hot Air policeman.

Ed Morrissey on July 30, 2008 at 4:12 PM

Jeb Bradley?!??!

I live in NH and Jeb was my congressman before and he was DREADFUL. You could never get hold of the guy and if you were lucky enough to get through to his office, you never heard ANYTHING back. He was too busy trying to keep his job that he wasn’t doing his job.

Jeb may be a Republican, but I’m voting for John Stephen in the primary. Stephen is a real conservative.

ConBlog_NH on July 30, 2008 at 4:13 PM