Republican National Committee launches radio campaign against Feingold
The Republican National Committe has decided to launch a radio ad campaign against Wisconsin’s Senator Russ Feingold.
September eleventh changed our country.
And it changed how America responds to terrorists.
President Bush is working to keep American families safe.
Passing the PATRIOT Act which has disrupted over one hundred and fifty terrorist threats and cells making sure the US is monitoring terrorist communications.
But some Democrats are working against these efforts to secure our country, opposing the PATRIOT Act and terrorist surveillance program.
Their leader is Russ Feingold.
Now Feingold and other Democrats want to censure the President. Publicly reprimanding President Bush for pursuing suspected members of al Qaeda.
Some Democrats are even calling for President Bush’s impeachment.
Is this how Democrats plan to win the War on Terror?
Call Russ Feingold and ask him why he’s more interested in censuring the President than protecting our freedom.
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Update! 12:17am I just finished my column for the Waukesha Freeman and I notice I received this response from Katie MacGuidwin, eCampaign, Republican National Committee, to some inquiries I made:
No word on the specifics of the buy – just that the ads will be focused
on Madison and Milwaukee. We are running the ads now because the
opportunity has opened up: we want to send the basic message to
Wisconsin voters that Feingold is more concerned with playing politics
than protecting our national security.
This radio ad may get more blog time than air time.