Tuesday, April 29, 2008
DNC Will Air False McCain Campaign Ad
The Republican National Committee said Monday it is asking cable networks not to air what they described as a “maliciously false” ad about John McCain from the Democratic National Committee. CNN:
The RNC said the ad was in legal violation because its content was misleading. Asked about the prospect of legal action from Republicans in a conference call late Monday afternoon, DNC Chairman Howard Dean responded: “Let them do it.”
The 30-second spot, slated to run on CNN and on MSNBC, highlights McCain’s comment that it would be acceptable if U.S. troops remained in Iraq for 100 years. McCain, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, was talking about a peace-keeping mission, not active conflict.
Don't expect Hillary or Barry to come to your defense or that they will "disavow" the ad, Senator McCain. Unlike you, Hillary and Barry actually treat their base with a degree of respect because they realize that they NEED THEIR BASE TO WIN, which is something that you just don't "get".
Hillary is already saying that McCain hasn't done enough to stop the Obama/Wright ads.
I can't wait to see how McCain urinates all over his base on this one.
I agree both parties have trended to socialism. We (i.e. the US) will go straight to hell with the democrats at 100 MPG, and the republicans will take us there at 40MPH.
And I agree on the TV commercials. That's where the remote control comes in handy!
Thanks for saying you like the post, I appreicate it.
I had not heard of your site until today. I checked it out and like it and will be visiting on a regular basis.
Stay in touch, thanks for visiting,
Buckle up, we're in for 8 long years of Cuntess in the White House.
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