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John Gregg Hits Political Ads in First Political Ad

"They used to loaf around at the Blue Jay until Hobo got cancer," Gregg says. "Now they loaf at Hobo's house. Might seem like a small thing, but I want to keep Indiana a place where people look out for each other." It's unclear what point Gregg is trying to make. Is Pence -- or anyone else -- threatening to take away the ability to loaf with friends? Is Indiana in danger of becoming a place where people don't look out for each other? What begins as a light-hearted introductory spot ends on a confusing note.

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