Monday, October 09, 2006

Week in review in photos

(posted on October 9, 2006 - click this link if you want to see the actual blog entry with the photos; I'm way too busy to save and post each additional photo. If anyone knows how to copy and paste an entire blog page with images intact, email me at futuredv at yahoo dot com)

Joe was on the road this week taking his message of putting people ahead of politics to the voters of Connecticut. Here are a couple pictures from Joe’s travels this week:

Joe visited a fire station in Milford. He later joined the fire fighters on the fire truck after they offered him a ride to the local day care center.

"There's no business like shoe business," said the owner of this local shoe store that Joe visited in Milford.

Joe greeted customers at a local bank in Milford and spoke with supporters .

Pro-Joe UConn students came out to the Lamont rally with Wes Clark to make sure Negative Ned's latest, lamest attacks did not go unchallenged this week.

Joe visited the Town House Diner in Hamden as part of his Doors and Diners tour and spoke with supporters about issues.

Joe went Door-to-Door on Brentmoor Street in East Hartford where he recieved overwhelming support from residents.

Joe helped Bantam Fuels announce a new attempt to offer cleaner, more environmentally friendly heating fuel to its customers.

Speaking at Fercondini Properties, Joe highlighted the growing stresses on Connecticut’s middle class families. In his speech he proposed expanding home ownership for the middle class and a small business health insurance reform plan.

Joe and former New York City Mayor Ed Koch greeted rush-hour commuters returning to Connecticut at Grand Central Station this week. Koch joined the growing list of Democrats for Joe.

Joe and Democratic congressional candidate Diane Farrell exchanged a hug and a kiss at Shelton Day.

Posted by: Eric Blankenbaker on 10/8/2006 at 6:12 PM


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I spoke to the kids featured in these photos.They all had one thing in common.They're all members of Uconns chapter of college Republicans.

Is Joe still trying to say he's a "good Democrat"?

2:21 PM  
Blogger gchaucer2 said...

Hasn't been a good Democrat in years. And someone please explain to me where Diane Farrell stands -- she seems to be straddling the fence when it comes to photo ops with Lieberman and Lamont.

3:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

putting people ahead of politics????????

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

that's so funny i forgot to laugh

10:12 PM  

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