Ads thanking lawmakers for voting for Medicare Bill include four too many.
The Chamber of Commerce aired an ad to support 20 members of Congress for having “supported the Medicare Part D law, giving seniors a quality drug plan.” But four members were mistakenly included.
With election day approaching the tempo of ads is increasing, but not the level of factual accuracy. Both sides are making false or misleading claims in their ads.
Bush falsely claims Kerry voted repeatedly to raise premiums. Kerry’s spot blaming Bush alone for the latest increase isn’t much better.
Democratic group’s ad claims Bush turned White House into “corporate headquarters,” but backs that up with false claims.
Attack ad revives question of whether Kerry’s numbers add up.
Tough attack twists Dean’s words about Medicare.
A liberal group’s ad gets a couple facts right, but leaves out the good stuff.
Straining the facts at Iowa’s debate on Sunday Jan. 4.