Candidate Takes Advice..? Trust the Bow Tie

Last Sunday, June 8, 2014, the Clarion Ledger pointed out a change in Senator Cochran’s campaign strategy…

And after months of defending or dodging his record of bringing home the bacon from Washington, Cochran is now using it for his offense message: Look what I’ve done for your county, town, business, military base or school. Imagine life without me, or the federal spending that makes up more than 40 percent of state revenue

Sound familiar? A blog posting on the morning of Friday, June 6, in An Open Letter to the Senate Candidates, opined that Senator Cochran needed to change the tone of the race and proclaim that he has;

…brought more monies into Mississippi than Mississippi has paid into the system.  Be proud of it…You brought more jobs, more industry, more opportunity than otherwise would have been available to Mississippi…you went to bat for Mississippi and brought home the bacon!  Be proud of that.  You did not create the 17 trillion dollar national debt, you fighting for Mississippi is not saddling our children and grandchildren to indentured servitude.  Instead it gives Mississippians a fighting chance and needed resources and the people know this.  If you had not worked to help Mississippi it would have gone elsewhere.  No one can refute that with any semblance of credibility.

I’m Matthew Thompson and I approve this message. (No word from the McDaniel camp…)

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