November 6, 2006
Steele for Senator and the Roe Effect
After an evening of lit drops, the Penta-Posse poses for their candidate, Michael Steele for Senator for Maryland.
Research shows that a bumper sticker has an in-kind equivalent value of $250 to the political candidate. Smart campaigners will also put the bumper sticker on the driver’s side front bumper to greet on-coming traffic.
The Roe-Effect will take effect sooner or later.
Lord willing, tomorrow.
The Steele Family
From Steele’s web site, His Agenda for Economic Empowerment,
Economic empowerment creates opportunities poverty will never let you see. Whether you are an employee looking for a better job, or a business owner working to expand your company, you must be empowered to turn your hopes into action, and turn opportunity into ownership. The Steele Agenda for Economic Empowerment contains policies devoted to increasing homeownership, business ownership, and the prosperity of Maryland families.
Vandalized Stop Sign
in the Nuclear-Free Hippie Zone
Tacoma Park, Maryland
Steele has an uphill battle in the Commie counties close to DC and Baltimore.
Maryland is a Blue State full of Red Diaper babies.
Save for mine.
More from the Steele website,
Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele was the first African-American ever elected to statewide office in Maryland. Michael made history once again in October 2005, when he announced his candidacy for the state’s open seat in the United States Senate.
Since taking office as Lieutenant Governor with Governor Robert Ehrlich in 2003, Michael has produced real solutions to the real problems facing Marylanders. The Lt. Governor has lead the fight to improve access to better-performing schools; worked alongside law enforcement officials to reduce crime and secure communities; strengthened the state’s minority business program to foster greater entrepreneurship; and worked with Maryland conservationists to protect the environment for future generations.