Found November 01, 2012 on
Hugging Harold Reynolds:
Shelley Adler got a few chuckles with her last ad when she made a metaphor to former Eagles Pro Bowl lineman and current South Jersey Congressman Jon Runyan “blocking legislation.” In it, a Runyan a lookalike beat the crap out of old people.
Adler should have probably stuck to the comedy bits. Her latest ad pulls no punches. As Obama and NJ Governor Chris Christie have remarkably put aside partisanship in the wake of Sandy’s destruction in the Northeast, and Runyan is busy surveying the damage in his district which includes a large portion of Jersey Shoreline, Adler (who doesn’t even live in the District) threw up an unfortunate Hail Mary.
“Theyre calling it Frankenstorm…a nor’easter inside of a hurricane. In New Jersey we’ve seen acts of nature do real damage. We’re also seeing our own member of Congress do lasting damage in Washington…” (Listen to the full clip above).
Yep. She went there. Too soon, Shelley.
Adding to the ridiculousness of the spot ever being pr
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