More NewsMcCain Ads Continue Attack

McCain Ads Continue Attack

Senator John McCain has been deemed "Ready to Lead" in his online ads, and now he's ready to call his Democratic rival SenatorBarack Obama...er...un-ready

ClickZ_Campaign08_katefinal.jpgSenator John McCain has been deemed “Ready to Lead” in his online ads, and now he’s ready to call his Democratic rival SenatorBarack Obama…er…un-ready. According to The Media Trust Company, McCain’s camp dropped two new display ads yesterday, just in time for Obama’s much-anticipated Mile High acceptance speech last night.

He’s also touting his experience in search ads. A search for “McCain” turns up this ad: “No On The Job Training Needed Help Elect John McCain.”





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