Bowman Milking the Deniers
With a claim that he's "in striking distance" of winning a congressional seat in Florida. The guys at 9-11 Blogger eat it up, revealing that they know as much about politics as they do about 9-11. Bowman's running against a safe Republican (Dr. Dave Weldon) in a very conservative district on Florida's Space Coast. There is ZERO chance that Bowman will win; in 2004, for example, Weldon didn't even draw a challenger. (Correction: As pointed out in the comments by Consdemo, Weldon did face a Democrat in 2004 and won 65%-35%. My point about Bowman's odds of winning remain the same.)
My friends on the Space Coast tell me that they haven't even seen an ad for Bowman. Of course, given his nuttiness, that may work in his favor, so that he doesn't lose the sane Democrat vote. I have heard Weldon's commercials and he makes sure to mention Bowman's 9-11 Denial.
Bowman appeared on Webster Tarpley's show (more interesting music than Jason Bermas or Jim Fetzer), and lied his face off:
"Things are looking good and we expect to win... now we see that the incumbent Republican is spending a lot of money to put out slick fliers condemning me and my views and here's one that one of my people brought in the other day: 'The reviews are in! Nutball conspiracy tales and smorgasbord paranioa! Crackpot conspiracy! It's not the latest action thriller, it's Bob Bowman, Democrat for Congress."
Hilariously, Bowman goes on to recite at length all the nutbar things he's accused of saying by various newspapers. Good to hear that the editorial boards of those Florida media outlets are not ignoring his 9-11 Denial.