Skip to comments.Conservative judicial group drops Rezko, Ayers and, yes, Wright on Obama (video at link)
Posted on 10/01/2008 11:23:20 AM PDT by housedeep
The conservative Judicial Confirmation Network goes up today with an ad reminding voters in two key states about Obama's ties to Tony Rezko, Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright.
Representatives for the group say it will be a "$1 million ad and grassroots effort" around the veep debate tomorrow and the opening of the new Supreme Court session Monday.
It will air on networks in the smaller and more inexpensive markets across Ohio and Michigan. In Ohio, Zanesville, Lima, Toledo, Youngstown, and Wheeling-Steubenville. In Michigan, Marquette, Traverse City-Cadillac, Lansing, Kalamazoo-Battle Creek, Alpena. They're also buying time in Erie, Pennsylvania.
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
SPANK that man-child! YES!!!
I only wish they would put this out all over the country!
It needs to say:
“Chose as his minister for 20 yrs.”
EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!! Most Excellent!
October 1st... Here they come.
The last month is when the big bombs happen.
And I hope they add the part about Senator Obama receiving the 2nd the most money from Fannie Mae/Freddy Mac to keep the investigators off their backs.
About time indeed!! Great ad!
And here comes Obama threatening the stations to pull the ads or lose their broadcast licenses.
Ping for later viewing
Glad someone is doing the job of The RNC and MeCain Campaign!
Nicely done spot. Very effective.
McCain will slam the ad. “My friends, there is no room for “Swift Boat” type ads in this campain.”
Good ad. Very restrained but effective to anyone who is thoughtful.
yes i thought it was a terrific spot.
i hope they can get more $$ and expand outward in the battlegrounds.
Yes it is about time.
Therein lies the problem.
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