July 1, 2008

"Good Luck Back"

Some candidates for political office issue long, boring white papers detailing policy initatives. Others issue shallow press releases about make-believe issues. And still others, or at least Republican congressional candidate Joe Visconti, release a new song.

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

This guy is so full of himself. It's no surprise he's running for a political office. If his artistic "talent" is any indication of his political prowess, he's going to need more than good luck. He'll need a miracle.

Egomaniac!

Anonymous said...

Isn't Art Macobee signing background vocals and playing the windpipe?

Anonymous said...

Don't let your country singers grow up to be congressmen.

Anonymous said...

oh brother! This is not what America needs! Art, you know better then to allow this sort of stuff to happen. The campaign season has not even really started to heat up in CT and Art this one is starting to slip away from you fast!

Anonymous said...

Blech.

Anonymous said...

I think he's sitting in front of the Starbucks in West Hartford. It's on Lasalle Road.

former GOP activist said...

This guy is a likeable goof. He has no chance of winning of course, but I'm voting for him anyway!

Anonymous said...

another moccabee wannebee

Anonymous said...

Macobee sure knows how to pick them. I guess it takes a loser to know a loser. Larson has nothing to worry about.

Anonymous said...

While making fun of this guy, has anyone questioned Lord John's credentials?