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Another Obama Ad on National Security

The latest in a series of television commercials touting Barack Obama's national security proposals starts airing Thursday on national cable channels.

Here's the full script:

Forty years ago it was missile silos and the Cold War. Today, it's cyber attacks, loose nukes, oil money funding terrorism.
Barack Obama understands our changing world. On the Foreign Relations Committee, he co-sponsored a law to lock down loose nuclear weapons. As president, he'll rebuild our alliances to take out terrorist networks. And fast-track alternatives so we stop spending billions on oil from hostile nations. New leadership for a changing world.

The ad's mention of Obama's work to secure loose nuclear weapons was the topic of an ad released on Tuesday.

-- Ed O'Keefe

By Ed O'Keefe |  July 16, 2008; 2:52 PM ET Barack Obama
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Wrong apporoach: too many meesages and no identities. Go back to the positive one.

Posted by: imagination | July 17, 2008 3:12 AM

Wrong approach: too many messages and no identities. Go back to the positive one.

Posted by: imagination | July 17, 2008 3:12 AM

It is being reported that the Dutch-Anglo oligarghy who controls elections around the world is planning to make Gore the Dem nominee at the convention next month while they get rid of Obama via scandals this month. The reason is because Gore works for them and will promote their agenda to privatize the U.S. for 100% profits as the economy is tanking and get rid of our system of government, both the Dem and GOP parties and the peoples' soverignty. Billionaire NYC Mayor Bloomberg is also another one of their employees and is ready to be placed where ever he is needed either Dem or GOP parties to do the same job as he's been privatizing NYC for the past 8 years.

Posted by: Anonymous | July 17, 2008 2:45 PM

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