13 Things to Know About Mac's 3rd Straight Attack Ad Against Obama





John McCain's third straight attack ad.



Okay, another day, another John McCain attack ad on Barack Obama. This one came in over the weekend. It's the third straight, as the McCain campaign is increasingly abandoning positive advertising in favor of negative ads on the frontrunner. Though the positive ad I wrote about on July 10th is still in rotation, at least for now.



The latest Mac attack ad plays above. And here is the text:



Announcer: Barack Obama never held a single Senate hearing on Afghanistan.
He hadn't been to Iraq in years.
He voted against funding our troops.
And now, he made time to go to the gym, but cancelled a visit with wounded troops.
Seems the Pentagon wouldn't allow him to bring cameras.
John McCain is always there for our troops.
McCain. Country first.


John McCain: I'm John McCain and I approve this message.




Here are 13 things to know about this ad.
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