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August 02, 2004

Ads: Sample Of RPV Distortion

One example of the Republican Party of Virginia's latest distortion of the facts involves advertising in Virginia. GOP chairwoman Kate Griffin would love nothing more than to have people believe John Kerry isn't serious about winning Virginia. Why else would she say something like this: "Virginians support the Republican vision for our country and it is clear even the Kerry campaign has gotten the message because they have now abruptly pulled their television advertising in our state?"

That's a statement that flies in the face of the facts. In fact, Virginia is one of the states targeted for the Democratic National Committee's aggressive new media push on behalf of John Kerry.

Distortions, lies, half-truths. And Jerry Kilgore says these folks "deserve" to be re-elected?

Posted by laura at August 2, 2004 04:12 PM

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