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MoveOn Says Bush and McCain Are the Same

As President Bush and John McCain raise campaign coin together today in Arizona, MoveOn.org is buying ad time to once again tie the GOP nominee-to-be to the commander in chief.

The MoveOn ad will air in the Phoenix market, as well as nationwide on CNN, according to group spokesman Doug Gordon. It is part of a broader online effort that offers comparisons of Bush and McCain, through the eyes of MoveOn.

"Today, John McCain released a serious ad outlining his vision for the future of the nation," said Republican National Committee spokesman Alex Conant. "Contrast that to Barack Obama's supporters, who issued a ridiculous ad that is backward looking and belittles the seriousness of this election. It's clear MoveOn.org does not want this election to be about who has the experience and judgment necessary to lead us into the future."

McCain is airing a new ad about the economy in Michigan and Pennsylvania.

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  May 27, 2008; 6:45 PM ET Ad Watch , John McCain
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LMAO! Were cousins were two of a kind. They reached back to 50's or 60's for that theme song. It was the Patty Duke Show.

Posted by: MsRita | May 27, 2008 6:54 PM

a vote for McCain is a vote for a continuation of Bush's failed policies

Posted by: 4 more years | May 28, 2008 4:00 PM

I think it's funny. Not true but funny.Just like MoveOn. Or MoveOver so we can take some more of your rights.org.

Posted by: Maggie in Indiana | May 29, 2008 3:41 PM

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