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Friday, September 10, 2010

Here come the Swift Boats

Posted By on Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 9:49 AM

An outfit called the American Future Fund has bought almost $60,000 worth of TV ads to tie Chad Causey, the 1st District Democratic candidate, to Nancy Pelosi and better health care for Americans (not in a good way).

Who is this shadowy private group? Conservative Swift Boat Republicans, that's who. Consider the source. These millionaires hate the idea of health care for all. They'll stretch any truth to achieve their aims of preserving their wealth.

Cookie cutter ads — a half-million worth in all — are going after putative liberal Democrats in Texas, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Washington

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