Skip to comments.Bush ad aimed at tax votes, Democrats tackle Vietnam controversy
Posted on 08/23/2004 4:24:09 PM PDT by arkady_renko
The Bush campaign has unleashed a new television advertisement in Phoenix and other battleground media markets that hits Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry on taxes and the economy...
The Kerry campaign has also unveiled a new Internet ad that may end up on TV. The ad invokes Arizona GOP Sen. John McCain in the controversy over the Massachusetts senator's service in Vietnam.
(Excerpt) Read more at phoenix.bizjournals.com ...
Too bad, or maybe it's a good thing, McCain is travelling abroad with Hilary Clinton. They are both bashing the administration for not doing more about global warming.
Has anyone seen the ads? Are they good? I am in GA. We are in a race with Alabama, Idaho and Utah to see who gives GW his biggest margin of victroy, so we rarely get anything on TV here.
Why this continuing BC04 obsession with taxes?
Why won't they talk about the real red-meat issues?
There are so many available. Why is the campaign
seemingly allowing the Democrats to dictate what
they can and can't talk about?
Thank God for the Swift Boat Veterans, and thank
God for the FReep spirit.
McCain is doing plenty about global warning every time he opens his mouth. He is the Judas goat.
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