Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Donald Draper, Matt Denn and Mickey Mouse

Did anyone else see the latest episode of Mad Men? I was blown away by the first season but I think this season is drifting away from the format that made season 1 so badass. What the hell was Don Draper doing having sex with some hippy in Los Angeles? Why is there some gay European walking around Sterling Cooper? I don't need this show to get all preachy on me, I just want to see more of the alcohalic New York business work of the late 50s/early 60s.

I was walking around the UD football game this weekend handing out Charlie Copeland literature. One woman was unloading stuff from her car when she heard my friend and I talking with another group of people. When she heard Charlie's name she spun around and walked tword us. She said she has worked with Matt Denn at the Insurance Commissioner's office for the last 4 years and is ready to do anything she can to help Charlie win. This is not the first time we have gotten a similar response out of people who have been working with Denn in Dover. We gave her a sticker and she gave us her e-mail. I really hope more people get a chance to meet Matt Denn before the election.

And just in case you missed it, Mickey Mouse is now registered to vote in Florida. God Bless ACORN.


MJ said...

Why Copeland?

City Upon The Hill said...

-One party rule benefits no man. It is important to have at least a few Republicans around.

-Though this doesn't qualify or disqualify a candidate for office I'm very appreciative of his volunteer efforts, particularly the Challenge Progrem.

-Charlie has legit business experience, I forget the exact stats but he took his printing company from something like 5 employees to 80 employees.

-As a legislator Charlie had to vote on most of the serious issues that confront this state and I am generally pleased with the way he voted and the initiatives he led. Insurance Commissioner isn't the most political position in the world so Denn hasn't had to put his money where his mouth is, Copeland has.