Friday, October 26, 2007

McCain Airs "Woodstock" TV Ad

From The McCain Campaign:

U.S. Senator John McCain's presidential campaign today released a new television ad, entitled "Woodstock," to run in New Hampshire. The new ad focuses on John McCain's commitment to eliminating wasteful pork-barrel spending as opposed to Senator Hillary Clinton, who has in her short time in the Senate come to symbolize the problem of outrageous overspending in Washington.


Script for "Woodstock" (:30-TV)

ANNCR: It was a cultural event that defined a generation. Worthy of fond memories.

But worthy of a million of your tax dollars to build a museum?

Hillary Clinton thinks so.

John McCain disagrees.

He's been cutting wasteful spending for more than 20 years.

That's why Citizens Against Government Waste calls John McCain a Taxpayer Hero.

It's a matter of priorities.

John McCain says, if you want to relive Woodstock ... buy the record.

JOHN MCCAIN: I'm John McCain and I approve this message

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