Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Wilson gets on the air

Alan Wilson joined the tv wars with his most recent ad.  We at VUI like Wilson.  His experience as a proven prosecutor and as a military man who served in Iraq hits home with VUI, as we have friends and family fighting the bad buys on the front lines of law enforcement and in the military.  Wilson is no daddy in law's  boy and no phony who has to exaggerate his resume to look good.  Alan Wilson is the real deal, so to speak, and VUI is proud to present Wilson's first ad in the TV ad wars.  

Some might contend we are biased.  Sure we are.  VUI is always biased about standing up for someone who has the real record on taking on the bad guys. Wilson is one of the good guys and stands ready to lead as Attorney General.  We in South Carolina will be fortunate to have a man with Wilson's true experience as our Attorney General.


Here is the ad. 



19 comments:

  1. AnonymousMay 19, 2010

    Whatever. My grandma is better able to keep us safe than this dimwit. Vote Bolchoz. He is the AG's offices choice.

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  2. AnonymousMay 19, 2010

    And, uh, how much did you get paid to post this on your blog?

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  3. Anon, this is going to break your heart, but I don't get paid one cent to post what I do. Sorry. You are confusing me with those bloggers who work for consultants in Columbia.

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  4. Personally, I am planning on voting for Bochoz. He has legal experience and business experience leaps and bounds over Wilson and Lord. He also was in the AG's office under Condon and he knows the in's and out's of the AG's office. As much as I respect Alan Wilson and his father, I think Robert Bochoz is the way to go.

    Lord isn't fit to carry the other candidate's legal briefs.

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  5. AnonymousMay 19, 2010

    At least the consensus is that Lord is an idiot. Bolchoz and Wilson are both legitimate.

    However, from the comments, if the Bolchoz supporters are representative of their candidate, I prefer Wilson. Also, Bolchoz has been shrouding himself in Charlie Condon, which is not exactly comforting.

    I'm getting sick of the nastiness in campaigns. I haven's seen Wilson get dirty, which must mean he is the frontrunner. He is acting like a constitutional officer.

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  6. Son of CowpensMay 20, 2010

    I don't like any candidate running. Wilson is a daddy's boy who married Columbia's sweetheart. Lord lies, it seems, and his in father in law's deep pockets. Bolchoz gave money to Chris Dodd to help Dodd get re-elected.

    I give Wilson credit for seeing combat in Iraq, but other than that, he is pretty weak.

    The Democrats are running nobody.

    What a sorry race. Too bad Trey Gowdy wanted to run for Congress. He would have won this race in a walk.

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  7. Motorcycle ManMay 20, 2010

    This ain't a bad ad. So this is the guy you tell everyone to vote for?

    The son of the man who called Obama out is fine by me.

    That Lord guy gets on my nerves with his radio ads. I served this country and I would be pissed at any man who claimed to serve and did not. That guy up north comes to mind. Wasn't he AG of Connecticut of something. Lied about serving in Nam. Lying about being a cop is the same thing to me.

    I might be a redneck, but I watch Fox News and I read stuff. Still never heard of Bolchoz. Wilson is the only guy with signs in Honea Path and Greenwood. Maybe he is the only one who cares what small town rednecks like me think. I vote. My wife votes. My youngins vote. We will be voting for Wilson.

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  8. Willie H.May 20, 2010

    Motorcycle Man, you are what is wrong with SC. Rednecks like you are what Leighton Lord is trying to rise above.

    Lord might have had handlers who exaggerated his law enforcement experience, but that does not matter.

    Lord is educated, refined, has and knows money. It is the people with money that make things happen, not broke rednecks like you and Mr. McCarty.

    Please, Motorcycle Man, do not taint our Republican Party with your vote. You are ignorant of how things work. You belong in the Democratic Party with all of the other poor and stupid.

    If you must think of yourself as some sort of working class hero, then you can not support Alan Wilson. Alan's daddy made him what he was, not hard work. Alan is what you are against, a guy born with a political silver spoon in his mouth who used daddy for jobs and campaign loans.

    Is that what you want for AG? A daddy's boy?

    Don't believe anything Brian McCarty says about this race. Brian McCarty is a daddy's boy himself and a tool of the Wilsons. He worked for Joe and Brian's daddy was a big textile man. Brian McCarty worked for RINOs like Bob Peeler and Ronnie Townsend as well. No wonder he supports a daddy's boy RINO like Alan Wilson.

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  9. AnonymousMay 20, 2010

    Nice ad. Wilson does seem like one of the good guys.

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  10. AnonymousMay 20, 2010

    Too bad Alan did not borrow enough money to actually compete with Lord. Lord wins without a runoff. Put a fork in Alan Wilson and Rob Bolchoz, they are done.

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  11. Real LawyerMay 20, 2010

    Leighton Lord's ad was better, which is to be expected, because he is the better candidate. Bolchoz and Wilson are both losers. Real lawyers support a real lawyer, Leighton Lord.

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  12. AnonymousMay 20, 2010

    The Wilsons are no normal political family. All of Joe and Roxanne Wilson's kids are great people. That says a lot about what great parents Joe and Roxanne are.

    Alan will do well as AG. He is a good man and honest.

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  13. Motorcycle ManMay 20, 2010

    Willie, I got to go to work. But, I do have the time to tell you that you and your butt buddy Lord can kiss my redneck veteran ass.

    Tell me, Willie, what branch did you serve in and what gives you the right to tell me what primary I can vote in?

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  14. AnonymousMay 20, 2010

    Another bullshit ad from another bullshit politician. Vote Sheheen.

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  15. No political ad can challenge the fact that Leighton Lord is best qualified to be our state's next Attorney General.

    Why go with a Charlie Condon retread or a Wilson wannabe?

    Go for the real thing, Leighton Lord.

    Mr. McCarty, you might want to consider your own career instead that of Mr. Wilson's.

    Be Smart. Leave Lord alone.

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  16. I do not get you, McCarty. The Wilsons laugh at you behind your back. They think you are dumbass.

    You are a dumbass. You don't have the money to matter to the Wilsons or Lord or anyone else. You and your blog is a joke to people like them.

    It is sad to watch you. You think you are important and you are not. You are such a sad figure.

    I feel sorry for you. You just keep chasing the respect from people who think you are someone to laugh at.

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  17. AnonymousMay 20, 2010

    I like Alan. He is a good kid. But I have to laugh at the assertion in the ad that Alan rose from being a "young prosecutor" to being "Assistant Attorney General" like it it chief of staff or something. Point to the folks out there, there are like 70 "Assistant Attorney Generals" in the AGs office. EVERY lawyer in the AGs office is an "Assistant Attorney General", including the ones right out of law school like Alan.

    Brian has pointed out the Puffery in Lord's commercial.

    The only candidate in this race who doesn't feel the need to puff up his credentials and experience is Bolchoz. All Bolchoz does is put his resume out there. Probably because he is the most experienced candidate to EVER run for AG in this State.

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  18. AnonymousMay 20, 2010

    I have checked the websites of the three republican candidates running for AG, and, unless I am missing something, the only one who has his resume posted is Bolchoz. There is a reason for that.

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  19. LaRouche LIvesMay 21, 2010

    None of these tools say anything about keeping the British Royal Family from running drugs into the US along the Mexican border.

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