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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Boozman plays Hog card

Posted By on Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 12:17 PM

Funny. Republican John Boozman hits the air with a commercial filmed in Razorback stadium and replete with Hog-logoed stuff and a photo from his Hog playing days. Fine.

Presumably he got written permission to use the stadium, as is required in the rule banning political activity at Razorback tailgate parties.

UPDATE: Somebody asked my question about Hog permissions for use of Razorback stuff. Uh, well, no, none was given.

UPDATE: Lincoln has a fact sheet debunking Boozman's boasts, particularly his record as a budget-balancer. Not much of a line held under Bush and Boozman has been nothing but a regular Republican rubber stamp.

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