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Quayle mailers not actually what meets the eye (access required)

Two recent mailers sent by the Ben Quayle campaign contain some curious images and statements by the 33-year-old lawyer and flush-with-cash candidate in Arizona's crowded 3rd Congressional District primary.

86 comments

  1. Its what they all learned from Rony raygun,image is everything,facts and content mean nothing.

  2. @Daniel Weir
    Bush picked Quayle because it was the safest way for Bush not to get impeached…no one could imagine anyone as dumb as Quayle to step in for the presidency.

    I think Quayle should run with Cheney…perhaps Cheney would accidentally shoot the the wrong quail when out hunting.

  3. @San Mateo

    Bush Spent 487 Days At Camp David, 490 Days At Texas Ranch. That must have made you sick.

  4. Ben Quayle buys a home 12/2009 in Phoenix Arizona for $825,000 only a couple years out of college, and with just a $413,000 note.
    Ben Quayle started a business Tynwald Capital 08/2007 where he “buys” other small business’. His first is APG security. I’m not saying I have any proof, but it would be prudent to check out where Ben got all this
    money from. Is he just a Trust Fund baby? Is he using
    Tynwald Capital as a shell company to hide campaign contributions,
    and or money from his father?

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