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New Moveon TV Ad Targets GOP Senators Who Blocked Anti-Escalation Measure

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A new TV ad will began airing on Wednesday, Feb. 7 in states represented by Republican senators who filibustered a resolution expressing opposition to President Bush's plan to increase the number of U.S. troops in Iraq.
The ad buy in targeted states criticize Senators Warner, Brownback, Sununu, Smith, Voinovich, Specter, McConnell, and Dole for filibustering a bipartisan measure, sponsored by Senators John Warner (R-VA), Carl Levin (D-MI), and Joseph Biden (D-DE), that expressed disapproval of the president's escalation plan for Iraq. Republicans blocked the debate so there was no vote on the measure. "At a time when most Americans oppose the Bush escalation plan, and when a solid bipartisan majority of Senators has agreed on a resolution expressing that opposition, it is outrageous that a handful of Senators would stand in the way," said Tom Matzzie, Washington director of Political Action. "We are going to make sure their constituents know what they've done," concluded Nita Chaudhary of Political Action. SCRIPT OF TV AD: Political Action TV:30 Blocked Debate VIDEO WE SEE SHOTS OF SENATORS WARNER, BROWNBACK, SUNUNU, SMITH, VOINOVICH, SPECTER, MCCONNELL, DOLE IDENTIFIED BY NAME AND STATE. EACH SENATOR HAS THE WORD "ESCALATE" COMING OUT OF HIS OR HER MOUTH. AUDIO Announcer (VO): Remember their faces. Remember their names. The Republicans in the United States Senate. A majority of Americans are opposed to escalation in Iraq. Yet, instead of allowing a vote on escalation, the Republicans blocked the debate. They're willing to send tens of thousands more troops to face danger in Iraq, but they don't have the courage to face a vote. VIDEO CUT TO END CARD WITH SENATE PHONE NUMBER. AT SCREEN BOTTOM, SUPER MOVEON.ORG POLITICAL ACTION PAID FOR LANGUAGE. AUDIO Announcer (VO): Call your senators or (call Senator Joe Smith.) Tell them to stop the escalation. VIDEO AT SCREEN BOTTOM, SUPER MOVEON.ORG POLITICAL ACTION PAID FOR LANGUAGE. AUDIO Announcer (VO): Political Action is responsible for the content of this advertisement. SOURCE Political Action


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