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Libertarian Allen Buckley on TV: The Iraq war was a ‘fraud’

The Libertarian candidate in a U.S. Senate race that’s getting ever more complicated says he’s about to launch two TV ads.

In the one posted below, Smyrna attorney Allen Buckley makes passing references to the economy and the bailout, but concentrates on the issue of the Iraq war, which he calls a “fraud.”

He mentions neither of his two opponents, Republican incumbent Saxby Chambliss and Democrat Jim Martin.

The Buckley campaign says the ad is running on cable in Columbus and in metro Atlanta. But you’re more likely to see his ads here than anywhere else — Buckley says he had only about $4,000 in the bank as of Sept. 30.

That said, in this tightening contest, everything matters.


Allen Buckley Commercial #1 from Allen Buckley on Vimeo.


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By Tom GA Values Hunter

October 17, 2008 1:36 PM | Link to this

I cannot wait to cast my vote for Saxby. Saxby all the way!!!!!

By knox

October 17, 2008 1:49 PM | Link to this

http://i-newswire.com/pr205562.html

By Copyleft

October 20, 2008 8:00 AM | Link to this

Of course it was a fraud. Is there anyone left who still believes we needed to invade Iraq?

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