MoveOn.org Voter Fund falsely attacks Bush, who comes back with a misleading ad about Kerry.
Summary A Bush-Cheney ’04 ad released Aug. 13 accuses Kerry of being absent for 76% of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s public hearings during the time he served there. The Kerry campaign calls […]
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