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The truth is, if you keep pusing fear into someone, about something, that person will inevitably start considering you his Messaiah.. This is what Mr. Bush is doing.. He has made sure that he instills fear of Al-Qaeda into hearts and minds of all Americans, whereas, no one can deny that the back of Al-Qaeda has already been broken, with most, except a handful of its leaders either killed or captured. Its top leadership is in hiding.. They are finding a hard time hiding from the allied forces, let alone plan attacks on americans..

About the terror ads, you can check out my blog where i have given link to a site that has the republican party terrorism ad featuring osama bin laden and a ticking sound...

Mr. Bush either has no honour or self respect, or is most probably an idiot who doesn't realise how much he has been disgraced... From his false pretext of Iraq possessing chemical and biological weapons to Syria's involovement in recent Israel-Hezbollah conflict, he has not been able to provide the world with a single paragraph of authentic document that can constitute as 'Proof'

posted by saads on October 30, 2006 at 1:45 AM | link to this | reply

Sorry, I am from Ohio but living in Missouri now so I have seen no ads from
Ohio.  But You are right ....many political ads are fear based and I sigh sadly whether republican or democrat

posted by Shams-i-Heartsong on October 30, 2006 at 12:41 AM | link to this | reply

And you think the Democrats don't spread fear?

You have been seeing and hearing their campiagn ads, haven't you? You're a fellow Ohioan; watch and listen for fears of corruption, continued job loss, ties to Tom Noe and so forth in their ads, especially in Marc Dann's ads for Attorney General and Sherrod Brown's ads for Senate. Granted, Strickland's lead ad for governor is "fearless," if you will, but says nothing about his stand on issues.

Indeed, speaking of spreading fear: How about the Michael J. Fox ads that falsely claim President Bush and other Republicans want to eliminate stem cell research?

posted by WriterofLight on October 29, 2006 at 11:29 AM | link to this | reply

No one should live in fear. I oppose any organization that spreads fear.

posted by Jenasis on October 28, 2006 at 12:36 PM | link to this | reply

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