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Tuesday, January 13, 2004

 

Bush in 30 Seconds: People's Choice winner http://www.bushin30seconds.org/

posted by Aziz P. at Tuesday, January 13, 2004 permalink View blog reactions
The winner of the Bush in 30 Seconds ad contest by MoveOn.org has been announced. This ad was chosen by hunreds of thousands of voters at MoveOn above all other ads - and in an ironic yet not unexpected twist, the ad has a profoundly conservative message.

Click below to view the ad in its entirety - there is no dialouge, just music and text, so I can't excerpt it, just watch it for yourself.

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by Charlie Fisher of Denver, CO

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Note that MoveOn is considering running this ad in the Superbowl. I really wish we could have had our Dean Nation "I am Howard Dean" ad play there, but I suppose it was not meant to be.


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