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Monday, December 10, 2007
posted by Justin Hart | 5:26 PM | permalink

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4 Comments:


Great ad! Now I'd like to see one called "Second Chances". Stay with me here...

"When Mitt Romney found out that his lawn care company was employing illegal aliens, he gave them a second chance." Cue Mitt "I was wrong".

"When Mike Huckabee found out that Dumond was 'born again' he pressured the parole board to give Dumond clemency." Dumond killed again. Cue anyone of the victim's family from Dumond's last killing "Huck was wrong."

When Mike Huckabee found out that Glen Green's (a self-confessed sadistic murderer) pastor said Green was a changed man, Huckabee granted Green clemency. Huck was wrong.

Like Huckabee Mitt has made mistakes, but compare the consequences.

By Anonymous Legal Eagle, at December 10, 2007 at 7:25 PM  


I like the ad, but I hate how it is being characterized as an attack ad. It is far from an attack ad. It compares the candidates' positions. And they aren't even positions that Huck is backing down from. It would be different if Huck said, I was wrong on my immigration policies in the past... but he still supports those policies. So, this isn't an attack ad. It is a position comparison ad. And a darn good one at that.



Yeah, spinning it as an attack ad is ridiculous. I think voters have a right to be informed about issues like this. If they believe one position is better than the other, so be it. But the ad was extraordinarily, bending over backwards, fair.



I keep hearing about this ad being the first attack ad but I seem to recall an attack pointed directly at Mitt and Rudy at the Youtube debate. It was so out of line that Anderson Cooper called it what it was, an attack ad but hey, that was in the past.




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