Rudy strikes back

I have to believe that winning is a winning strategy.

The ad paid for by the Giuliani campaign attempts to link Clinton to another ad, paid for by MoveOn.org, a liberal anti-war group, that ran in the Times on Monday. The MoveOn ad accused Petraeus of “cooking the books” on the Iraq war and played off his name, asking, “General Petraeus or General Betray Us?”

…The Giuliani ad accuses Clinton, a New York senator, of participating in a “character attack” against Petraeus, citing her comments during a congressional hearing that the general’s progress report on Iraq required a “willing suspension of disbelief.”

In case you are keeping score, Clinton questions the honesty of a decorated military commander, but fugitive, embezzler and major Democrat fundraiser Norman Hsu get the benefit of the doubt.GenLiesPower

What if MoveOn.org had existed 65 years ago?  Would they trash General Lies and Power?


Comments

  1. i mean just to point out some totally lame historical innacuracies, japan was in an alliance with nazi germany, that if one declared war, all would. so, germany did declare war on the us. and, iraq did not attack us, al qaeda did, who were not present in iraq until after we invaded. who is playing fast and loose with what facts?

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