A Brilliant Ad Idea

Regarding the upcoming 30-minute infomercial that Barack Obama has purchased, Rich Lowry shares an e-mail he received:

If the McCain campaign has enough resources, I would like to see it buy the first ad slot on each channel showing the Obama infomercial.  The ad goes something like this:

“Hi, I'm John McCain.  You won't be seeing a 30-minute ad from my campaign tonight for a very simple reason.  I kept my word.  Both Barack Obama and I both promised you we would accept public financing and abide by the limitations associated with it.  I kept my word, Obama broke his promise to you, the American people.  You are going to hear a lot of promises from Obama tonight.  He will promise a middle class tax cut.  He made the same promise to the voters in Illinois when he ran for the Senate, that he would propose a middle class tax cut.  He broke his word, and instead voted 94 times for tax increases, including tax increases on anyone making over $42,000.  So when you hear Obama make his promises tonight, keep in mind that he has a history of making promises during the campaign, but after the election he doesn't keep them.  I am proud of my history of keeping promises.  I think the citizens of this great country deserve a President they can trust – one who tells you the truth during the campaign and keeps his promises after the election.”



I'm a gun-owning, Bible-thumping, bitter clinger conservative in the heartland. You can disagree with me if you want (you do, after all, have a right to be wrong)...just don't be rude or stupid and we'll get along just fine! :)

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