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Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Harold Ford likes Playboy bunnies. That's no secret. Who doesn't? So, in this ad, a hot white woman gives a little wink and says, "Call me, Harold".

"Because the ad was created by an outside group that contracts with the Republican National Committee, neither the RNC nor Corker's campaign saw it in advance and can't order it to be taken off the air."

"...the party is not allowed to play any role in creating the ad or deciding how and when it will be used."

The Dems say the ad is RACIST. Huh? They reason that the intent of the ad is to scare white people who have never seen a black man and a white woman together. White people are now going to hit the polls in droves because that scary black man is after their white women?

Wow. Do the Dems think it's racist when Tiger Woods appears with his wife in public? Are they offended by product advertising that shows mixed couples? Is Abercrombie and Fitch trying to stoke the fires of white racism with their advertising?

Harold Ford is in trouble. He has resorted to whiny, "I'm a victim" tactics that have worked so well for Dems in the past. Not this time. This is just another prime example.

One a day. That's what we will be seeing for the next 2 weeks.


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