First of all, the flyer contains no issues or statements about anything substantive. Instead, it's just smiling Lennie in a suit with some odd little decorative emblem thingie reminiscent of the campaign literature put out by Republican Presidential Candidate John McCain. I've put the two flyers side by side so readers can compare and see what I'm referencing. Note the little emblem above the word "Vote" in Lennie's flyer and compare with the emblem above the words "Service To America" in McCain's flyer.
Gee, Lennie, we all thought you were DFL? But whatever. Lennie's campaign literature, like that of "labor friendly" Natalie Johnson-Lee, doesn't contain any union print shop markings. In fact, it seems to have been produced on...
...a color photocopier. The paper is cheap and glossy. Like Lennie in a suit. All flash, no cash.
The back of the flyer--which I'm not showing here, yet, because it's just so crude it falls below the already low standards of the blogosphere--depicts Don Samuels as a puppet whose strings are being manipulated by Jackie Cherryhomes. The cartoon is so badly done it's hard to tell who the people are being depicted, since it shows an old photo of Samuels with a mustache and Cherryhomes looks oddly like Hilary Clinton.
And, again, the flyer doesn't list any ISSUES. But does Lennie have ISSUES? Oh, clearly he does. Oddly enough, the make-believe blog character of Chipper The Entrepreneurial Squirrel has managed to articulate more specific and substantive issues than Lennie. Which is OK, because Chipper's just trying to beat Lennie, anyway.
Well, and Smithrud. A garden gnome could beat Smithrud.