Wednesday, November 21, 2007

McCain Airs Radio Ad on Climate Change

U.S. Senator John McCain's presidential campaign today announced a new radio ad to run statewide in New Hampshire. The new ad highlights John McCain's leadership in working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect our national security through decreasing America's dependence on foreign oil. The 60-second ad is entitled "I Listened."


Script for "I Listened" (:60-Radio)

John McCain: "Eight years ago, I hadn't thought much about climate change. But the people of New Hampshire had."

Announcer: "John McCain talks about climate change."

John McCain: "And in every town hall I heard from you that climate change was real and was a serious threat to our environment and national security.

"I think the time is past when we argue about whether climate change is real or not. We have an obligation to future generations to take action and fix it.

"Not everyone heard you, but I did.

"And since then I've worked hard to find free market solutions to the problem because I know like you know: there's no problem too tough for the American people to tackle.

"One of those solutions is to reduce our dependence on foreign oil because it's not just a greenhouse gas issue; it's a national security issue.

"You were right New Hampshire, and I'm glad I listened to you.

"And I'm still listening.

John McCain: "I'm John McCain and I approved this message."

Announcer: "Paid for by John McCain 2008. John"

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