Elizabeth Dole's unbelieveable campaign ad!

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    Oct 31, 2008 11:00 PM GMT
  • Barricade

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    Nov 01, 2008 1:45 AM GMT
    No wonder she is on Rolling Stones 10 Who must go. Wich is a list of 10 senate and house members who need to be ousted. That is appalling to run such a nasty ad.
  • Squarejaw

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    Nov 01, 2008 1:49 AM GMT
    That's not even Kay Hagen's voice at the end saying, "There is no God." They hired an actor to impersonate Hagen, who actually teaches Sunday School at her church.
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    Nov 01, 2008 3:14 AM GMT
    That bitch is gonna lose anyway. Yay for Kay. lol
  • swimbikerun

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    Nov 01, 2008 4:08 AM GMT
    What's so wrong with being a godless American anyway? There was no Jesus, "In God We Trust" shouldn't be on our money nor should god be referenced in the Pledge of Alligence.
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    Nov 01, 2008 6:39 AM GMT
    Not that this has anything to do with the topic, but there was a Jesus, unless you think the Roman historians were referring to someone else who went by "Christus" when they wrote about him.

    Anyway, I also thought it was funny that Elizabeth Dole did not have that husky Southern accent before. She sounds like a NASCAR driver, and I don't mean Danica Patrick. I don't think someone who's been in Washington since the Reagan administration and who's married to a Midwestern gets more and more of a Southern accent all the time.

    It is scary when people like her get desperate though.
  • GQjock

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    Nov 01, 2008 8:53 AM GMT
    She's getting her ass sued for this one ....

    What a bunch of freakin' liers these republicans are
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    Nov 01, 2008 8:56 AM GMT
    She's a Republican, why is her campaign ad, " unbelievable"?
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    Nov 01, 2008 9:14 AM GMT
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  • coolarmydude

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    Nov 01, 2008 9:56 AM GMT
    As a North Carolna resident, I've been meaning to make this topic thread.


    So much for respecting Elizabeth Dole. I did until last week when this started.
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    Nov 01, 2008 2:08 PM GMT
    Maverick75 saidShe's a Republican, why is her campaign ad, " unbelievable"?

    I expected better of Elizabeth Dole. I would never have expected her to approve such a low tactic.
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    Nov 01, 2008 2:13 PM GMT
    Actually, I thought this was a joke, a stunt or something. It is very hard to realize that it is, well, real. It was my impression that the Doles were respectable people. How unbelievably sad and horrible.

    Terry

    coolHUSSEINdude saidAs a North Carolna resident, I've been meaning to make this topic thread.


    So much for respecting Elizabeth Dole. I did until last week when this started.
  • GQjock

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    Nov 01, 2008 2:35 PM GMT
    Why's everybody surprised?
    She went along with the Bush Criminals 92% of the time
    * Minimum Wage: Dole voted NO to increase the federal minimum wage. (Amend the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; .S Amdt. 4322 to S. 2766 , June 21, 2006)
    * Jobs & the Economy: Dole voted NO to repealing tax subsidies for companies that move American jobs offshore. (Tax Subsidy for Domestic Companies Amendment; Bill S AMDT 210 to S Con Res 18; vote number 2005-63 on Mar 17, 2005)
    * Prescription Drugs: Dole voted NO to allowing the federal government to negotiate for lower prescription drug prices. (Prescription Drug Amendment; Bill S.Amdt. 214 to S.Con.Res. 18; vote number 2005-60 on Mar 17, 2005)
    * Veterans Affairs: Dole voted NO to health care benefits for veterans. (S Amdt 2735 to S Amdt 2707 to HR 4297: To support the health needs of our veterans and military personnel and reduce the deficit by making tax rates fairer for all Americans. )
    * Education: Dole voted NO to provide $52 million for after-school programs. (Amendment to Agencies Appropriations Act; Bill S Amdt 2287 to HR 3010 ; vote number 2005-279 on Oct 27, 2005)

    AND dear Sirs ... the Coup de Gras
    I believe that marriage is a sacred union between a man and a woman. I also believe that it is primarily the responsibility of individual states to set the rules regarding family law. I will support amending the constitution if activist judges attempt to force laws on the nation.
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    Nov 01, 2008 2:48 PM GMT
    GQjock saidWhy's everybody surprised?
    She went along with the Bush Criminals 92% of the time
    * Minimum Wage: Dole voted NO to increase the federal minimum wage. (Amend the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; .S Amdt. 4322 to S. 2766 , June 21, 2006)
    * Jobs & the Economy: Dole voted NO to repealing tax subsidies for companies that move American jobs offshore. (Tax Subsidy for Domestic Companies Amendment; Bill S AMDT 210 to S Con Res 18; vote number 2005-63 on Mar 17, 2005)
    * Prescription Drugs: Dole voted NO to allowing the federal government to negotiate for lower prescription drug prices. (Prescription Drug Amendment; Bill S.Amdt. 214 to S.Con.Res. 18; vote number 2005-60 on Mar 17, 2005)
    * Veterans Affairs: Dole voted NO to health care benefits for veterans. (S Amdt 2735 to S Amdt 2707 to HR 4297: To support the health needs of our veterans and military personnel and reduce the deficit by making tax rates fairer for all Americans. )
    * Education: Dole voted NO to provide $52 million for after-school programs. (Amendment to Agencies Appropriations Act; Bill S Amdt 2287 to HR 3010 ; vote number 2005-279 on Oct 27, 2005)

    AND dear Sirs ... the Coup de Gras
    I believe that marriage is a sacred union between a man and a woman. I also believe that it is primarily the responsibility of individual states to set the rules regarding family law. I will support amending the constitution if activist judges attempt to force laws on the nation.

    Shows how much I knew about E. Dole....that soft southern accent can lull one so easily.
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    Nov 01, 2008 2:49 PM GMT
    She's so on the verge of losing that seat! icon_biggrin.gif

    Godless Americans indeed. The wingnuts are just cuckoo.

    --A godless American
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    Nov 01, 2008 5:17 PM GMT
    I heard in a report on NPR that one big reason Dole is at risk is that she's hardly been to North Carolina since entering the Senate. She's been a fair and relatively easy target.
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    Nov 01, 2008 5:25 PM GMT
    cowHUSboySEINo saidI heard in a report on NPR that one big reason Dole is at risk is that she's hardly been to North Carolina since entering the Senate. She's been a fair and relatively easy target.

    NPR! Typical Socialist!!! icon_razz.gif j/k
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    Nov 01, 2008 7:15 PM GMT
    You mean me or NPR? icon_wink.gif

    The best source for news in America (I mean NPR, not me.)
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    Nov 01, 2008 7:26 PM GMT
    Damn...that was cold blooded. I mean, who the hell cares if she is a non-believer or not? I don't.
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    Nov 01, 2008 7:59 PM GMT
    I live in NC, and I am fed up with Republican claims that Democrats are atheists, that God is on their side, that they are doing what Jesus would want, etc. From now on, anyone who makes that claim better be ready to back it up.

    Elizabeth Dole, you are a lying bitch. Sarah Palin, you are a lying bitch. George Bush, you are a lying bitch. You are a disgrace to a country founded on freedom of religion. John McCain, which side are you on? Bush, Dole, and Palin's, or real Americans who believe in separation of church and state? It's not looking good for you.

    God guides people of all races, creeds, and nationalities. People of any faith, as well as agnostics and atheists are all qualified to serve in public office, because we believe in separation of church and state. The only religious requirement for office in America is that you respect other people's right to believe and worship as they choose.

    Anyone who believes that Elizabeth Dole is somehow God's choice for Senate in NC is an idiot.


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    Nov 01, 2008 8:17 PM GMT
    I live in southeastern NC and was appalled to find out that Elizabeth Dole only spent 13 days in NC in 2006 and 20 days in NC in 2005. Here's a YouTube clip talking to residents of Salisbury, NC (her "supposed" hometown).

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    Nov 01, 2008 8:20 PM GMT
    swimbikerun saidWhat's so wrong with being a godless American anyway? There was no Jesus, "In God We Trust" shouldn't be on our money nor should god be referenced in the Pledge of Alligence.


    ha, exactly.

    the fact that these things were being used to hurt kay hagan was very unsettling. there is nothing wrong with being a godless american. it is a good thing.
    references to god should be taken out of government. this is how we protect religion in the first place.

    non believers should be able to openly support a candidate. the most troubling thing about it is that everybody is treating the things that were said in that ad as bad things. this was only a bad commercial because it was full of lies.

    i wish hagan would have responded with im not an atheist but i do support all americans whether they believe that jesus is magic or not.

    more atheists need to come out of the damn closet.

    ahem cough. obama. (after he gets elected) icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 01, 2008 9:06 PM GMT
    I am an out atheist! icon_razz.gif
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    Nov 01, 2008 10:41 PM GMT
    teddyp81 saidNot that this has anything to do with the topic, but there was a Jesus, unless you think the Roman historians were referring to someone else who went by "Christus" when they wrote about him.

    .


    There were lots of prophets running around in that era. Who we call "Jesus" is just a combination of them and adding a lot of hero myth characteristics.


    We created the Jesus myth, he wasn't real like they say in the bible, IMO.
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    Nov 01, 2008 11:07 PM GMT
    dfrw saidI am an out athiest! icon_razz.gif

    Good for you. But to be credible, please spell it correctly: Atheist