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  • McCain Ad: "Disrespectful" - See if you can catch the oxymoron inherent in the new campaign ad from John McCain: … The McCain campaign has called Barack Obama "the world's biggest celebrity" for two months now, and not for bad reasons, either. memeorandum River: reverse chronological memeorandum Techmeme: technology - "Tech Web, Page A1"

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  • « New McCain Ad Calls Obama "Disrespectful" -- Any GOPer Have A Problem With That?

    Flashback: McCain Called Obama "Attractive"

  • New McCain Ad Calls Obama "Disrespectful" -- Any GOPer Have A Problem With That?

    New McCain Ad Calls Obama "Disrespectful" -- Any GOPer Have A Problem With That?

  • TPM Election Central | Talking Points Memo | New McCain Ad Calls Obama "Disrespectful" -- Any GOPer Have A Problem With That?

    New McCain Ad Calls Obama "Disrespectful" -- Any GOPer Have A Problem With That?

  • New McCain Ad Calls Obama 'Disrespectful' -- Any GOPer Have A Problem With That?

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  • Have you seen the McCain ad about Palin that places the word "Disrespectful" in large letters to the right of Sen. Obama's face?

    Obama says he's going to get tough.

  • Clearly, this "Disrespectful" ad is targeted straight to the Hillary voters, who feel that Obama was disrespectful to Hillary:

    "How disrespectful."

  • Maybe they should sign off with "What are they afraid of" instead of "Disrespectful"?

    "How disrespectful."

  • The new McCain-Palin ad "Disrespectful" begins like an earlier ad we criticized, with its reference to Barack Obama's celebrity, but then goes down new paths of deception.

    "How disrespectful."

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