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Special-Interest Groups Widening Political Attack Ads
The New York Times ^ | May 14, 2000 | PETER MARKS

Posted on 05/06/2014 10:58:47 PM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal

It was one of the more astonishing political images of the year: a newspaper advertisement that linked Osama bin Laden, the suspected international terrorist, with Senator Spencer Abraham, the Michigan Republican.

Why is the senator, asked the advertisement that ran in some of Michigan's largest newspapers, ''trying to make it easier for terrorists like Osama bin Laden to export their way of terror to any street in America?''

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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Foreign Affairs; Government; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: abraham; adelson; amnesty; koch; lugar; special; spencer; superpac
This is one way to remove RINOs in November. Look at the names in the article. Frank Sharry (Soros front man) was out and about pushing immigration reform.
1 posted on 05/06/2014 10:58:47 PM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal
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To: ObamahatesPACoal

There is only one party in Washington: The Re-Election Party, dedicated to the personal enrichment of its members at taxpayer expense. Washington will never reform itself—it will only get worse. Elections can stave off the inevitable but the only viable long term solution is to restore our constitution:

Article V.

http://conventionofstates.com/


2 posted on 05/07/2014 4:16:47 AM PDT by SC_Pete
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