As I pointed out September 11th, former McHenry County Coroner candidate Dave Bachmann created an anti-Sheriff Keith Nygren blog. It’s called
It’s an electronic whispering campaign. At least that’s what it reminded me of when I wrote about it September 23rd.
1,623 people had viewed it then. Now the count is up to 6,027.
I infer that one has been Democratic political campaign consultant James Carville.
Every election cycle has new tools. I remember using the outside of bags that an advertising delivery service put on mailbox posts to hype my campaign for state representative in 1972.
That went hand-in-hand with “A Texan Looks at Lyndon” by J. Evetts Haley.
Haley’s books led to a whispering campaign about how Johnson had stolen the election that put him in the U.S. Senate.
Bachmann’s has covered various aspects of Nygren’s life about which no campaign opponent would want to take the blame.
I won’t itemize them all, but the postings do rely heavily on ridicule, something absolutely no politician can stand.
Bachmann’s blog has led the way to a story even the Northwest Herald could not ignore—the Keith Nygrens having Homestead Exemptions in both McHenry County and Florida. Such a practice is not legal in Florida.
Well, a Nygren supporter has taken up the fight on his blog, which is called
It apparently was started to attack Gus Philpott’s
The latest post on the anti-Woodstock Advocate blog is a flat out attack on Bachmann’s blog.
I never could figure out whether the white or the black spy was the good guy.
Go to both of the battling blogs and make up your own mind.