After just two weeks on the job as an elected official, Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler says that he cannot live on the paltry $68,500 annual salary and plans to moonlight as an attorney at his old law firm. Imagine his ad campaign! Below, see how Scott can use his new name recognition to market his old skills as a registered agent for political attack ads... Below, see how his ads will sell clients on the benefits of hiring a part-time lawyer who also has a full-time job monitoring elections...
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