| Bi Partisan Balogna (Lies)
| Friday, April 21, 2006
|DNC Radio Ad: "Tough and Smart"
Announcer: Democrats support tough and smart immigration reform.
We want to strengthen our borders; as well as U.S. workers and their wages. We want for immigrants who obey the law and pay taxes to be able to apply for U.S. citizenship.
That's immigration reform that matches American values: tough and smart.
Now Republicans are lying to us.
They control Congress and the White House, and in five years have done nothing. They've failed.
If they wanted comprehensive immigration reform and to protect our borders, they would have done it already.
But what Republicans and President Bush supported was a plan that would criminalize immigrants, families, doctors, and even churches just for giving communion.
Call Republican Senator Bill Frist at 202-224-3135 and tell him to allow a vote on immigration reform.
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NRCC Ad: "Exceptions"
(On Screen: footage of Francine Busby holding up her left hand.)
(On Screen text: Francine Busby...said she's different.)
Announcer: Francine Busby...said she's different.
(On Screen: Busby speaking into a microphone)
(On screen text: End gifts by lobbyists. End financial arrangements with government contractors.)
Announcer: She'd end gifts by lobbyists and financial deals with government contractors.
(On Screen: Busby speaking into a microphone, holding up both hands)
(On screen text: No exceptions)
Announcer: Busby said "no exceptions."
(On Screen: Busby, behind a microphone, putting a hand to her face as names scroll across the back of the screen.)
( On Screen text: Thousands of dollars f rom lobbyists & employees of Government Contractors)
Announcer: Now we discover...Busby has taken thousands of dollars of campaign money from lobbyists and employees of government contractors...
( On Screen: Fade into a photo of Dennis DeConcini behind a microphone.)
(On screen text: Dennis DeConcini, "Scandal-tainted...," "...hit by ethics scandals...")
Announcer:...including money from a scandal plagued lobbyist who left Congress after a pay for play scandal.
(On screen text: No exceptions, huh?)
Announcer: No exceptions, huh?
Announcer: Except for Francine Busby.
(On Screen: footage of Busby behind a microphone.)
(On Screen Text: Except for Francine Busby.)
Announcer: The National Republican Congressional Committee is responsible for the content of this advertising.
IF YOU ARE PLACING YOUR TRUST IN EITHER OF THESE PARTIES YOU ARE A BIGGER FOOL THAN THEY ARE.
|posted by Jack Mercer @ 4/21/2006 03:23:00 PM
Name: Jack Mercer
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Miriam Webster defines Snipe as: to aim a carping or snide attack, or: to shoot at exposed individuals (as of an enemy's forces) from a usually concealed point of vantage.
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