For Immediate Release: December 2, 2009
Harry Mitchell is NOT Eric Wnuck
Scottsdale , AZ —Harry Mitchell flack Seth Scott has taken issue with the introductory video Eric Wnuck 2010 has posted on its website – www.ericwnuck2010.com. Imitating both the memorable “I am Spartacus” from the 1960s, and “I am Tiger Woods” from the 1990s, the ad includes a compilation of Arizonans from CD5 proclaiming they, too, are Eric Wnuck – someone who will speak for them in Congress.
“It’s flattering to be in Harry Mitchell’s crosshairs so far out from the election,” Wnuck stated. “But it’s discouraging to think that Arizonans are going to have to weather twelve months of negativity from the Democrats when there is so much work they should be doing instead.”
For his part, Wnuck said he was flattered by the attention his video had received from Harry Mitchell’s team. However, he said, there was never a time when anyone had considered inviting Harry Mitchell to appear in the video.
“Harry Mitchell is simply not Eric Wnuck,” continued Wnuck. “I believe in putting individuals before government; children before teacher unions; opportunity before bureaucracy; and work before welfare. Those are just a few of the differences that separate me from Harry Mitchell, and just a few of the reasons why voters are eagerly looking for a new voice to represent them in Congress.
“The days of career politicians like Harry Mitchell are numbered. Their year-long campaigns filled with dirty tricks and political games all so they can go back to Washington and placate the special interests while ignoring the needs of their districts will soon be behind us. No, Harry Mitchell is certainly NOT Eric Wnuck.”