Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Homemade McAdams Signs on Trunk Road in the Mat-Su Valley

This set of new signs was up on Trunk Road, between Mat-Su College and the Palmer-Wasilla Highway this morning. Dewey the Sign Guy put them up yesterday. Go Scott!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am not voting for Scott, but those signs are very good.

Maybe we should ban commercially made signs. It would take some sweat and effort to show real support.

Lynne said...

How about a reprint of what they say? I can read the first two but not the ones farther away.

Alaska Dave said...

McAdams; what a brilliant idea! ;)

CTuttle said...

Aloha, Phil...! I see that Rachel Maddow is in your neck of the woods, today, featuring Scott...!

Go Scott...! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Scott is going to beat Murky and maybe take Miller while he is at it.

Anonymous said...

Did anyone else notice in the Miller docs released today that he referenced using "Dr. Wald" - there is a Dr.Wald - psychiatrist in Anchorage - specializing in schezoprenia and bi polar disorder. maybe that's why Joe wanted to keep his records sealed.

Barbara said...

First of all, there are lots of people surnamed "Wald," and some of them are physicians. I'll bet you that there's more than one Dr. Wald even in Fairbanks.

Second, just because one sees a psychiatrist doesn't mean that he has a terrible mental problem.

That being said, I don't agree with a thing that Mr. Miller says and I hope that he loses.

Anonymous said...

I hope McAdams wins. He is the best for Alaska and Alaskans. What great signs!! Thanks for posting them, makes me feel good. Needed something positive, missed the Maddow show, had a ticket, but something came up.

Anonymous said...

priceless*~~~~

Anonymous said...

6:24

Before jumping to a conclusion - the evidence should be studied carefully.

After searching for evidence that he is not a batshit crazy fool masquerading as a wannabee U.S. Senator I find none. He should have presented that as part of his campaign. since he did not- the conclusion is clear.

I suspect also that the batshit crazy ideas are not just part of the puzzle, they are the plans for how the government would be 'fixed' if he were in a position of power to do so.

Now as to evidence that there might be something wrong......

Kevin said...

"Batshit crazy fool" is not a DSM-IV diagnosis and wouldn't be covered by insurance. Can't be that, because he'd have to pay for treatment out-of-pocket.

JFC said...

I guess the case is closed on this BS issue. Thank the Lord for small favors - and good signs. Invest in some good trunk mats and throw him in!
Congrats on the first "write-in" senate victor in over 50 years!!!