Friday, October 17, 2008

As Seen On TV

Here are the latest television ads in the U.S. Senate races that we hope will take us close to 60 seats for the next Congress and give us the ability to punt that turncoat Joe Lieberman to the other side of the aisle.

Here's an ad from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) that hits Republican incumbent John Sununu of New Hampshire for being so painfully out of touch with reality. Even with the Congressional Budget Office estimating that retirement savings have lost $2 trillion in the last 15 months, Sununu thinks the idea of Social Security privatization “shouldn’t be” dead.

Am I kidding? Nope.

Here's a good ad from Democrat Mark Udall, the next Senator from Colorado, taking it to his Republican opponent for doing what they all seem to think they can get away with: Saying they support the troops and Veterans and then doing nothing to help them.

Whose corner is Republican Senator Gordon Smith in? Well, even though you would never know it from the way the Oregon incumbent tries to hide the fact that he's a hard-core Republican, this ad spells it out.

And here's two good solid ads by Democrat Al Franken that show why he's now pulling ahead of Republican Norm Coleman in Minnesota:

Please visit our candidates and, if you can, toss $10.00 or $20.00 their way for a very worthy cause:

Al Franken (Minnesota)
Jeff Merkley (Oregon)
Jeanne Shaheen (New Hampshire)
Mark Udall (Colorado)