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  • McTalbayne
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    Originally posted by Doc
    Those statements are also tacked on because the (relatively) new campaign laws require them to be.
    Theres a law that says they have to say that they approve what they just said? Man thats a mouthful. :lol:

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  • Doc
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    Those statements are also tacked on because the (relatively) new campaign laws require them to be.

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  • McTalbayne
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    Ahhhh, i guess that would make sense now wouldnt it.

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  • PsychicWarVeteran
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    Good answer, Kitsune. Good answer. That is precisely the reason.

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  • Kitsune
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    To distinguish these adds from the ones that groups like MoveOn.org and Swiftboat Veterans for Truth create. This allows candidates to disassociate themselves from the nasty attacks while still benefiting from them.

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  • McTalbayne
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    Im McTalbayne and i Approved this message...

    Why is it that when they play these campaign adds of candidates spouting off about how great they are and how the other guy sucks, they say at the end, "Im (Insert name here) and i approved this message." I would imagine they approved it since it was them speaking for the 30 seconds. Am i missing something here?
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