Barak never complained aobuthim being on the cover of TIME SEVEN times this year, nor the unrelenting love fest in the New York Times, LA Times, The Ecomomist, the Chicago Trib, but ONE ad about his relationship to William Ayers from the Weather Underground has got him going ballistic. “Me thinks he protestith too much”
comments by Allyson Rowen Taylor


WND


ELECTION 2008
Obama warns stations not to air ‘radical’ ad
Lawyer’s letter, appeal to Justice evoke Kerry’s attempt to quash Swift Boat vets


Posted: August 26, 2008
12:47 pm Eastern

© 2008 WorldNetDaily  


American Issues Project television ad

Sen. Barack Obama is warning TV stations and asking the Justice Department to intervene in an attempt to block the airing of an ad by a non-profit group that links him to an unrepentant domestic terrorist.

The spot by the American Issues Project questions Obama’s ties to William Ayers, a founder of the Weather Underground organization who boasted of a series of bomb attacks at the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol four decades ago.

The Associated Press said Obama’s “going-for-the-jugular approach” was the kind of response many Democrats complained Sen. John Kerry lacked when he was confronted with the charges of Swift Boat Veterans for Truth during the 2004 presidential campaign.

But, as WND reported, Kerry actually took a similar approach. Instead of focusing on the Swift Boat Veterans’ specific claims, his campaign threatened lawsuits against the television stations that aired the group’s ads, demanded publisher Regnery pull the best-selling book “Unfit for Command,” attacked the character of co-authors John O’Neill and Jerome Corsi, and accused the independent group of being run by the Republican party. The Kerry campaign also waged a multi-pronged attack on the Sinclair Broadcast Group over its plan to air a documentary “ “Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal”, which featured former POWs telling how Kerry’s 1971 testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee was used as propaganda against them by their North Vietnamese captors  .

 

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