|TheQuakeSoldier - 2010-09-28 |
He has had several of these nutty ads playing lately, mostly focusing around women's rights issues.
I don't think he's going to have a hard time being reelected anyways.
|baleen - 2010-09-28 |
Mud slinging, but unfortunately Institute for Basic Life Principles actually believes this shit and it's totally true.
The ad is true, not their beliefs.
|Leviathant - 2010-09-28 |
I really do like Alan Grayson, but Factcheck.org says he took this guy's quotes out of context, and that kinda sucks.
True they were taken out of context... if the context was Webster's lecture, but it wasn't. In the context of the actual ad, they are artfully arranged samples that support Grayson's assertions, all of which are substantiated here:
and in the words of the Institute itself, here:
|Cena_mark - 2010-09-28 |
No fair. Democrats can't compare Republicans to the Taliban, its supposed to be the other way around.
I'm hardly one of you. I'm just pointing out how during the Bush years Dems were compared to the Taliban for being weak on defense. Now Dems have turned that method around on us. Either way its a stupid ad.
|kingarthur - 2010-09-28 |
Well, finally a political ad that comes out and says it.
|takewithfood - 2010-09-29 |
The Onion is going to be out of business soon.
|Senator_Unger - 2010-09-29 |
Hey, remember that time the Republican candidate, who was a draft dodger, morphed a a triple-amputee Vietnam veteran into Bin Laden? Whatever happened to that guy? That's right; he's in the Senate and just got re-elected two years ago. You'll have to excuse me if my heart doesn't bleed for Congressman Grayson's opponent.
He didn't morph into them, the ad just showed Saddam and Osama, then Max Cleland and that's TOTALLY DIFFERENT.
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