McSame as Bush

Since our pal Chuck DeVore is in involved in ads with half-truths on Obama and Hillary, as a public service, we bring you this ad for Senator John McCain.


  3 comments for “McSame as Bush

  1. April 25, 2008 at 7:03 pm

    Great, let a thousand ads bloom.

    That said, you did a miserable job showing how the ad I’m supporting is incorrect and in the “gutter.” What a thin-skin. Are you sure you’re cut out for commenting about politics?

    Oh yeh, and Clinton has said and has aired far more aggressive comments and ads about Obama than the ads we’re supporting. Am I not allowed to comment because I’m not a Democrat?

    All the best,

    Chuck DeVore
    California State Assemblyman, 70th District

  2. Dan Chmielewski
    April 25, 2008 at 8:15 pm

    Chuck —
    thanks for replying; hope you had a great meeting with the Irvine PTA reps this afternoon. I went to Senator Ackerman’s office; fun times.

    That all said, you’re climbing into bed with the guy who created the Willie Horton ads; Your ad, like that one, is loaded with half-truths. Tell me Chuck, your organization (a 527, no?); just how will America be safer and more prosperous with a guy who votes with Bush 89 percent of the time?

    You have a great night

  3. Dan Chmielewski
    April 26, 2008 at 11:45 am

    Actually Chuck, I really need to question your judgement on timing here.I can see airing a negative ad in North Carolina once a Democratic nominee is decided and we’re closing to the general election; but this ad will have no affect on the election in NC other than to fatten the bank accounts of broadcast outlets who air it.

    Thanks for pointing out the Clinton attacks on Obama; the Republicans beat each other up pretty well before falling into line behind McCain. It just toughens everyone up for the general election as far as I am concerned.

    But lets go back to your big issue on raising taxes. Both Clinton and Obama are calling for a return to tax rates on the upper two percent of taxpayers that was in place during the Clinton years — you remember those surely — the budget deficit was a surplus and there was job growth in the hundreds of thousands every month, crime was low and gas was $1.50 a gallon. No one making less than $200K a year will have their taxes raised.

    Republican solutions to issues of the environment, taxes, the war, spending, healthcare and the deficit clearly aren’t working. And more Americans trust Democratic positions on these things including dealing with terrorism. Why don’t you lead with your strength — Republicans are the party that spreads fear and says “no.”

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