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Negative Ads Flood the Airwaves in Campaign's Final Days

MormonsLie Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 4:20 PM
Good. That's the first smart, almost honest thing you've done in ages. Now the next time you pass an email address make sure it isn't connected to anything like a name, and that's not optional. I'm sick of telling you people not to use this place as your Family Chatroom. If you're going to do what we do here, which is pi ss all over each other, make damn sure they can't never find you, at least not that easy. Now how about that Virgin Mary thing? I told you one honest thing today, how easy it was to find you and the rest of the clan, so fess up Mormon and stop lying about the rest of that cult you belong to. In other words, we are moving on and the election is one day away. After a few days of gloating my boredom will set in...
With two days to go, Americans across the country - but especially in swing states - are getting deluged with negative advertising in what is, by the numbers, the most attack-ad-filled campaign in recent history.

The Obama campaign has bought in Ohio a slew of ads attacking Mitt Romney's time as a Bain Capital executive, claiming that Romney's work in the private sector destroyed jobs for personal profit. Obama has also brought out another ad re-upping the famous "47 percent" video of Romney's. The strange, alienating theme of this campaign is "Mitt Romney - not one of us."