BlogPac.org's IraqDraft ad

BlogPac.org's ad launching in Ohio tomorrow. ESPN, NASCAR, FOX Sports & a bunch of network news sites. The second round launches on local TV station websites and college newspaper websites. One of the variations of the ad is on the landing page, IraqDraft.com We need some contributions, so if you are so inclined, here's the page to donate. Every little bit helps to ensure that Kerry wins in Ohio, and the draft for Bush's wars never happens.

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6 Comments

What Ad?
I see nothzing!
by adaplant 2004-10-20 05:26PM | 0 recs
Re: What Ad?
Doh!

My adblocker was on.  Carry on.

by adaplant 2004-10-20 05:28PM | 0 recs
BlogPac ad
It's very good.  Tim Ryan is unbelievable.  His speech in the House should spread through the "Internets" across all college campuses like wildfire.
by MD in MA 2004-10-20 05:47PM | 0 recs
Re: BlogPac ad
Who is smarter, Quayle or W?   I got to go with Quayle as I think he was smarter but lacked common sense.   I doubt Bush can spell Potato either, and he not only lacks common sense, he is a dumb ass too.  He is the Forrest Gump of American Politics.
by yitbos96bb 2004-10-21 09:54AM | 0 recs
IraqDraft.com link
I get a log in prompt when I go to the iraqdraft.com site...

Also, on a Windows 98 machine at 56 K I can't get past the very beginning of the Tim Ryan speech... The sound cuts out...

by Vermonter 2004-10-20 06:15PM | 0 recs
Here'a a letter that might change some votes

George W. Bush became a "Wartime  President " by choice.  He wanted to go to war and he did. He had not the mind to perceive the costs of war, or to listen to those who knew those costs. He did not understand that you do not go to war when it is one of the options but when it is the only option; you do not go to war when you want to but because you have to.  
And he went to his war with a litany of lies and with reverences for God and the flag and democracy, but just what he and his neoconservative advisers are doing to our democracy is choking the life out of it.
He does not mourn. He does not understand why he should mourn, To mourn is to express regret and he regrets nothing. He does not regret that his reason for going to war was, as he knew, unsubstantiated by facts. He does not regret that, rather than controlling terrorism, his war in Iraq has licensed it. So, he never mourns for the dead and crippled youngsters who have fought his war of choice. He cannot mourn, but is a figure of such moral vacancy as to make us mourn for ourselves.  

(condensed from a much longer piece by E.L. Doctorow...send it to your local papers, if you care.

by hambro 2004-10-21 11:23AM | 0 recs

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