Could this ad be Reid’s downfall?

By Drew Zahn
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., will soon be facing a public-relations nightmare in his bid for re-election: a TV ad campaign produced by the same strategist whose “Willie Horton” commercial spoiled Michael Dukakis’ 1988 presidential hopes.

Floyd Brown, author and president of the Western Center for Journalism, created the infamous “Willie Horton” commercial accusing then-Massachusetts Gov. Dukakis of being soft on crime. The ad, which focused on convicted murderer William Horton, who was granted a weekend furlough under Dukakis and who used his freedom to flee, rape and murder, sent the Dukakis campaign flailing to the defensive and is credited with contributing to the candidate’s loss to then-Vice President George Bush.

Now a pair of political-action committees have hired Brown to create a new series of independent-expenditure advertisements that allegedly expose Reid’s record of political corruption and ties to Arab money

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2 thoughts on “Could this ad be Reid’s downfall?

  1. Wow, that’s a find, if the FBI gets into this, and can tie money to Dubai, he will have broken the law big time and should be put in jail. I like the format you are using of the small paragraph, going to use it myself, Thanks, Jim

  2. Thanks Jim, and you keep up the Great work also.

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