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Monday, October 29, 2012

 9:35 AM 

Baldwin, Thompson up with new TV ads on Iran, 9/11

Tammy Baldwin and Tommy Thompson have new TV ads continuing their negative exchanges over 9/11 and Iran.

Baldwin’s spot opens with a shot of a rock against a black background as the narrator says it’s uranium and Iran “needs it to build a nuclear bomb.”

“It’s now been revealed Tommy Thompson invested in a company that partnered with Iran to mine for uranium, and he invested in another company that’s building Iran’s nuclear reactor.”

The narrator goes on to say Thompson’s “DC lobbying firm” worked with a big oil company to weaken sanctions against Iran.

“Now Tommy Thompson is attacking Tammy Baldwin’s patriotism? He’s not for you anymore,” the narrator says to close the spot. 


In Thompson’s ad, the narrator opens the spot talking about Baldwin’s “shameful campaign falsely attacking Tommy Thompson on 9/11.”

The narrator goes on to say in addition to voting against honoring the victims of 9/11, “she fought to block funding that provides body armor for our troops just to make a political point.”

“Baldwin even voted against tough sanctions on a nuclear Iran while pocketing sixty grand from a radical pro-Iran group,” the narrator says. “Tammy Baldwin is too extreme for Wisconsin.” 


-- By JR Ross


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