Congressional Candidate is bracing for “last minute attack mailings.”

Not too long ago I got another Tan Nguyen for Congress mailer in my mailbox. Like most of his stuff, this mailer has a picture of Tan putting up a tacky green sign on the peaceful Grove Avenue in Garden Grove.

The funny thing about these pictures is that the street that Tan is putting the signs on is just footsteps out the backdoor of his office. The picture that I’d like to see is of Tan putting up one of his signs deep in a Santa Ana barrio.

This latest mailer also says “Tan doesn’t believe in last minute attack mailings.” That’s curious. What kind of skeletons does Tan have in his closet? It must be something serious if he’s already refuting a Loretta mailer that doesn’t exist yet.

My favorite part of the mailer was a Tan quote: “I don’t like to be negative.”

Hahaha. That’s why he sent out a mailer called “Three Amigos” where he unsuccessfully tried to connect the Sanchez sisters to Vernon Jackson. That’s why he sent out a mailer called “Two Amigos” where he unsuccessfully tried to connect Loretta to Duke Cunningham. That’s why he sent out a mailer that attempts to blame Loretta for the 9/11 attacks. That’s why he sent out a mailer where he calls Loretta a fat cat, and boohoos over the amount of money she’s raised.

Way to not be negative, Tan. And, quite frankly, I look forward to any “last minute attack mailings” from Loretta.

  2 comments for “Congressional Candidate is bracing for “last minute attack mailings.”

  1. October 2, 2006 at 12:03 pm

    Hahahahaha! Tan makes me laugh!

    I guess he doesn’t put up any signs in SA because even he knows that SA voters appreciate Loretta’s good work here…
    And that his anti-immigrant crap isn’t really a hit here with Latino voters.

    So much for Tan Nguyen. I wonder who will be the next GOP sacrificial lamb against good ol’ Loretta. : )

  2. October 2, 2006 at 3:38 pm

    I just wish he wouldn’t block our view of such a cool-ass mural.

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