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Oct. Surprise here? 08's version of the swiftboat

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posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 12:22 PM
More politics of fear. a ''republican group'' has launched a new ad claiming obama gave mohammed atta a drivers license.

Before this gets out of hand. debunks this rather easily.

Despite its name, the National Republican Trust has no formal connection to the Republican Party. It is an independent group with ties to the conservative Web site Newsmax. It sprang into being barely a month ago and has reported spending more than $900,000 to attack Obama through e-mail messages and, now, TV ads. Its TV spot first showed up on the air in Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 26, and it has also received considerable circulation on the Web. It attempts to link Sen. Barack Obama to the 9/11 hijackers. The link? A spurious claim that Obama plans to give driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. NRT PAC, which is headed by a former writer for the Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Insight magazine, says it plans to air the ad in other swing states.


posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 12:26 PM
reply to post by bknapple32

I thought '08s swift boat was the media claiming McCain lied about his torture, because his torturer said so?

posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 12:37 PM
reply to post by Marcus Calpurnius

um no.
not at all

posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 12:47 PM

Sun Myung Moon's

Mr. Moonie is a very close friend of G. Bush.

I have always wondered at the connection between the CIA and the Moonies.

If you do a little research you will see a lot of connections.

Despite his virulent anti-Americanism, Rev. Sun Myung Moon still relies on friends in Washington to help him expand his political-and-media power base. Moon's latest reach into South America had the helping hand of former U.S. President George Bush. But the Moon-Bush alliance dates back years and could reach into the future, as Bush lines up conservative backing for the expected White House bid of his eldest son. (7/28/97)

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