Saturday, June 26, 2010

Video Hit of the Day

From the Republican Party of Virginia

New RPV Web Ad "Customer Service" Highlights "Top Notch" Representation in the 11th District

-- And by 'Top Notch,' we mean 'Utterly Abhorrent' --

Democrat Gerry Connolly has a "stellar" record representing Northern Virginia, starting back in his days on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. Since being elected to Congress, Gerry has focused like a laser on the issues that matter most to Virginians, like naming a post office in Maine, cutting checks to study drunken mice via the "stimulus," or not showing up to vote when Congress cut off funding to ACORN.

Gerry's constituents know that if they have questions, he always has an informative reply, and if they're not satisfied with the answer, he always has an open door. Gerry knows that his record speaks for itself. That's why he encourages robust voter participation.

If it wasn't already painfully obvious, that was sarcasm. As you can see, Gerry has a long track record of being too preoccupied with pleasing the Democrat Party leadership - voting for almost 97 percent of Nancy Pelosi's out-of-control liberal agenda - to worry about such petty things as representing his district.

It's no surprise that, after voting with Speaker Pelosi that much, Gerry isn't in touch with his constituents. She isn't very popular in the 11th District (or anywhere else for that matter).

That's why RPV has put together "Customer Service," a new web video that's a 'highlight' reel of Gerry in action ... and a lesson for other Representatives on how NOT to do the job.

Video: Customer Service