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McCain, Giuliani Talk Fiscal Conservatism in Granite State Ads

McCain Touts Union-Leader Support
John McCain highlights his "conservative plan to cut your taxes" in a new 30-second spot. He also mentions his recent endorsement from the Manchester Union-Leader.

"One man has a plan to cut taxes for 25 million middle class families. Bold solutions to our toughest problems. A conservative plan to cut your taxes. Fight wasteful government psending. The economic conservative endorsed by the Union-Leader. They said John McCain is 'the man to lead America. A fiscal conservative who will restore your trust. The man to keep our taxes low, and the economy moving.'"

Radio Rudy On Taxes
Rudy Giuliani's new 30-second radio spot in New Hampshire is about taxes and government spending -- favorite topics of concern for Granite State voters.

"There's no question. Taxes go down. Revenues go up," Giuliani says.

"He cut taxes 23 times by $9 billion. Reduced welfare 640,000. Eliminated 20,000 bureaucrats. And cut real per capita spending," the ad's announcer says. "All in a place where people said it was impossible. Now, Rudy Giuliani has a new plan. He'll cut taxes. Lower income taxes. Reduce business taxes. And do away with the marriage penalty and the death tax for good."

More: "Rudy will also rein in runaway federal spending. Do away with earmarks. Make agency heads find 5 to 10 percent savings in every budget. And when nearly half of the federal work force retires over the next 8 years, he'll only replace half of them. Rudy Giuliani. He won't just talk about cutting taxes and reducing government. He'll deliver."

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  December 12, 2007; 2:30 PM ET Ad Watch , John McCain , Rudy Giuliani
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