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Friday, October 15, 2010

No Answer From Kratovil-Harris On Question But Harris Will Take My Money

So it's almost a month later, neither Harris of Kratovil have responded to my numerous emails asking which one of them is lying in their political ads. I for one find that very odd, and very interesting, are both of them lying? When I was a kid and my mother asked me if had done something and I hadn't I spilled my guts like Jimmy 6 toes ratting out the mob! These 2 are going at it like 2 little boys, figured one would fess up. Sent both of them this little note,


Was curious where to send donations, a mailing address? Thanks.

Heard back from Harris camp in 41 minutes!

Hello,
We received your inquiry about where to send a donation to Andy Harris's campaign. First of all, THANK YOU for your support!

Second of all, you can send it to the following address:
Andy Harris for Congress
P.O. Box 1527
Annapolis, MD 21404

Thank you very much. If you have any questions or would like any information, feel free to give us a call at (410) 609-3829.

I suppose I need to call him if I'm not communicating with my checkbook. At least Harris responded?

4 comments:

Muffie said...

OMG, that is so funny AND typical!! Good luck getting answers. But just think -- you could be the next state up and dealing with witches!!
Peace,
Muff

Stuff could always be worse said...

Yes that is funny, of course they will take your money

Muffie said...

Andy, a few posts back you bemoaned the fact that only cable viewers could watch MLB playoffs. Well, look what greeted me this morning:

Fox-Cablevision dispute threatens MLB broadcasts
• By RYAN NAKASHIMA, AP
2 hours ago

News Corp.'s Fox pulled its channels off Cablevision early Saturday after the companies' programming deal expired and negotiations for a new one stalled, threatening broadcasts of baseball playoffs for some 3 million Cablevision subscribers in New York and Philadelphia.
The blackout affects Fox 5 and My9 in New York and Fox29 in Philadelphia. Subscribers also lose access to cable channels Fox Business Network, NatGeo Wild and Fox Deportes.
The channels went dark when the programming deal expired just after midnight Friday. Such deals spell out how much a cable TV system pays the broadcaster to carry its signals over the cable lineup.

They had better fix this before tonight or heads will roll!

Peace,
Muff

awb said...

Muff - Yeah, politicians crack me up too. They better get it straight, this is the playoffs!

Kim - They ain't gettin my money! All of them are crooks.

awb