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. 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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