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Re: If you think campaign ads are negative now....
Originally Posted by PatsWSB47
Check out Circa 1800. I know some of you don't watch these youtube things but it's worth a look I think. Elections have always been pretty dirty.
I was just about to start a thread about campaign ads. Not what you posted as the ads have been dirty from the get-go but that youtube video was hilarious. There was no love lost or fact checking back in those days!
I was going to talk about the amount of Scott Brown ads that I have seen in the last 2 or 3 weeks. For every Warren ad I see 4 or 5 Brown ads.
Scott Brown seems like a decent guy but he is starting to tick me off with all of the commercials. How much money does he have in his war chest?
Has anyone else in New England, who gets the local Boston affiliates, noticed the amount of Brown commercials compared to Warren commercials?