Bill White's First General-Election Ad Makes Houston A Magical Place

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Bill White is up with his first campaign ad for the fall election, and it paints Houston as a magical kingdom where taxes go down, crime rates plummet and hurricanes are told to get the fuck out of here.

It's doubtful we'll see the ad on the air much here, so savor it on the net, as you sit in your Houston home, not paying taxes, not fearing crime, and being very, very thankful you have a gubernatorial candidate who works for you and not just works to get himself elected, like that other guy.

Because, apparently, you must know this: Bill White is not working to get elected governor.

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