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New Bush Ad: "Whatever It Takes" (Including Photoshop?)

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posted on Oct, 30 2004 @ 11:14 AM
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Thanks Quietsoul I am going to have my daughter take a look at it and see what she thinks, its not showing up real good on my screen and upon looking at the original picture it looks like the faces were deliberately blurred a bit to cover up their photoshop job. The funny part about it being him if it is; is that he is from Midland Texas, the place Bush claims as his hometown. Will let you know what she says.




posted on Oct, 31 2004 @ 12:57 AM
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This ad is nothing compared to what the White House did when they passed the MediCare reform bill last year. On the local CBS news channel (WTVF). there was a report with elderly people talking about how it would benefit them. The only problem is that the reporter in the piece has never worked for this channel prior to or since.

I am not sure but I think the G.A.O. nailed the Administration for wasting the money and using a fabricated news piece to help sell the reform. Funny thing is, is that the same reporter worked for numerous other news channels around the country at the exact same time and interviewed the exact same people they just changed the news logo.



posted on Oct, 31 2004 @ 01:01 AM
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You done it again, Rant. This is a great find. They do this in movies requiring big crowds.
What a farce.



posted on Nov, 2 2004 @ 06:13 PM
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Look, if you can't see that this is your president putting up ads that are clearly trying to show that he has more support from soldiers than was the case at this particular event, then you are obviously not interested in the truth. If it was an ad selling cigarettes or cars or beer, OK, manipulate all you want. But this is an ad from a president who purports to be honest and straightforward. I find it especially sick that he uses the US military as his backdrop for this deception, much as he has used them in Iraq, for his war deception. He hides behind them when criticised, claiming those who speak ill of his policy are speaking ill of the troops. I respect and support the troops sent into Iraq, especially those diverted from the just cause of finding bin Laden in Afghanistan. Their jobs are gruelling and dangerous. However, BUSH started the war. BUSH moved over 200,000 troops from Afghanistan to Iraq on a false premise and a lie to the world. Now It's BUSH who stands before our brave soldiers and soils their images by replicating their faces to bolster his personal agenda.




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