Monday, October 14, 2013

Tucson Election Ads Still Sadly Simulated Masturbation-Free (So Far)

Posted By on Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 3:00 PM

I have no idea why anyone should vote for baggage handler Jeff Wagner (who you might remember from his previous lake-themed ad) in the forthcoming Minneapolis mayoral race based on the ad above, but hey, at least he's promising not to visit the city's strip clubs anymore, which is something I can't say any of our current city council candidates have offered to give up upon election/re-election.

From the video's info section:


Since i promised i won't go to strip clubs anymore! I've been well!...Never mind!...And 2nd promise...As Mayor will not yank the dolphin while doing the people's work...But once I'm off the clock and at my crib...All bets r off...I'm Jeff Wagner and I somewhat approve this message....

Strange people of Tucson, write yourself a note and remind us in two years to help you with your quixotic and pointless campaign for city council. We'd love to be of assistance, if only to jazz these boring affairs up a bit.

[HT: CityPages]

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