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Monday, February 8, 2010

Tweets on Demon Sheep

A post on the conservative FrumForum blog highlights a series of tweets by a Campbell political consultant on Fiorina's Demon Sheep ad. Anyone else think they're unprofessional and petty?:

100% of the people I know who have watched @CarlyforCA’s video have laughed out loud.

And no, Carly, we’re not laughing with you. We’re laughing at you.

SFist: ‘Tom Cambpell must be thrilled right about now.’ http://bit.ly/c5rIUm

The last time a campaign put demon eyes in a commercial, it lost by 13 points.

#DemonSheep is proof-positive the adage ‘all attention is good attention’ has never been true. /via @NathanWurtzel

‘It is now Campbell’s web-savvy campaign that is attempting to use the ad to raise money for his Senate run.’ http://bit.ly/b8vjtP

How’d ‘all publicity is good publicity’ work out for John Edwards?

So anyone think @CarlyforCA’s chances went up in the last 24 hours?

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