Stanley Blumenthal, Broward’s (only?) communist congressional candidate, is set to publish another full-page in the South Florida Sun Sentinel and The Miami Herald. “Comrade” Blumenthal sent us an email announcing the very expensive ad will run on Tuesday September 18. Perhaps word hasn’t reached local commies that no one reads the paper anymore.

Blumenthal, a self described Communist and Democrat, is running as an NPA for US Congressional District 25. His opponents are a guy named after a website and Congressman Mario Diaz Balart.

Congressman Diaz Balart will speak at next Monday’s Broward Republican Executive Committee meeting in Fort Lauderdale.

For those of you who cannot wait for the morning paper, here’s a taste of Blumenthal’s message from his official website, :

“The American Dream has been outsourced to commie China, India, Mexico, Brazil, etc. by the money hungry job creators looking for the biggest bang for their buck treating their american workers like dispossable cups and not carring about our USA problems. We are a big country so why are most of our jobs in the small and medium businesses? Shouldn’t the biggies like GE, IBM, Motorola, etc be made to supply their fair share of jobs? Shall we let commie China, etc get the heavy big high employment industries and the USA the small stuff? A Marxist principal: Workers should be paid enough to move the goods and services off the shelves. Anyone disagree? Note, Communist run China is now considered to have the 2nd highest economy next to ours in the world and moving up fast.”

Sources say rumors that Judy Stern, über-lobbyist and salami sandwich doyenne, is running the Blumenthal campaign are 100% false.