Friday, November 11, 2011

The Infamous "Dirt" Farmer

The following is an advance political ad paid for by Cross Roads GPS talking about Senator Jon “No Ear Marks Ever” Tester


  1. Those were just words to win by not to live by

  2. Thats the problem with constantly running your mouth with big promises

    Somebody someplace will expect you to keep those promises

  3. There's an interesting story out of "The Hill" that was tweeted by @MontanaUpdate that says the ad was pulled from Montana Cable Network for false information about Tester's vote on the farm dust:

    "An ad from the Republican-affiliated outside group Crossroads GPS attacking Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) has been pulled from one Montana cable network because it falsely says he voted for tougher Environmental Protection Agency rules for farm dust.:

    Can anyone find information to confirm the video's accusations?

    What I've found is from Tester's website:

    “I’m pleased the administration heeded my call to back off of increasing regulation on farm dust so that farmers can keep doing their jobs. My equipment kicks up dust almost every time I’m in the fields. But I also know that while I’m working my fields, I’m contributing to Montana’s top industry and growing food that feeds this country. The EPA has to recognize the unique role family farm agriculture plays in this country.” ~October 17, 2011~

    Hopefully putting the link here will work: