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Dean presidential campaign ads mimic Switcher ads

updated 01:20 am EST, Mon February 9, 2004

Dean \'Switcher\' ads

The campaign for U.S. presidential hopeful Howard Dean will air a number of that mimic the format of Apple's "Switcher" series. The Dean campaign has asked supporters to vote on which ad should be played on television leading up to the Wisconsin primary, which is widely viewed as make-or-break for Dean. They were created directed, and produced by grassroots supporters. The ads can be viewed online with QuickTime, RealPlayer, or Windows Media.




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Old News

    Hey, I think they've made those mov for months. They are just trying to put them on TV now. Why macnn is putting that up as 'news'?

    (and for those dean's supporters, yes, I am for Kucinich, but I am not bashing Dean here. I am just questioning macnn choice of news headline.)

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    Coffee

    Hey - I voted for the Quicktime codecs. Is this ok? hehe....

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    Who Cares..

    He's sucking wind. He'll be out asfter the next cacus. It's to bad, too. I was hoping to see Bush crush him like so many Taliban. No one was as defeatable as Comrad Dean.

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    Re: Who cares...

    I was hoping to see Bush crush him like so many Taliban.

    Well actually, if you would be a bit informed and be smarter than what crappy schools made you be, you would know that he actually didn't crush many Talibans at all.

    In fact GWB didn't crush much at all... other than maybe... yeah, our economy! Thanks George. We love the deficit. Great poltics, just great.

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    Actually

    The Taliban have been crushed and destroyed. He had a h*** of a lot to do with it. I would rather have a deficit, that has been around for a long time, than terrorism. Maybe when you grow up and have a family you'll get it. Until then watch a little news and pick up a paper at least once a week.

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    Hey.

    The Taliban are still around, in other areas. He just 'freed' Afghanistan. Also, our deficit was shrinking, due to the balanced budget of the previous president's administration. I read, watch, and digest news daily. I would say this is the most involved I've been in a while.

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    This Mac News?

    This is naked political campaigning under the silly claim the ads are in the Switcher style. Obviously there are Deanophiles at MacNN who can't accept that he's been totally rejected. Boo-hoo. Kerry's a liar and an oaf but he's winning.

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    It's All About Love

    Bush has made the world love America and therefore making us safer from terrorist. After all, who needs friends when you are trying to find people that hide in caves, holes etc? The important thing is for us Americans to continue to blindly support our war time President so that a bunch of his corporate friends can take those big tax cuts and create strong job growth everywhere around the world except America.

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    Re: Actually

    "I would rather have a deficit, that has been around for a long time, than terrorism."

    Gee, and my choice would be none of the above. It's pathetic that you would favor either one.

    That deficit has been around, what, 2 years? Yeah, that's a real long time. But don't worry, Dubya'll cut that in half in five years, lol. Notice that he leaves the real work to whatever president we have in 2008.

    We have a republican house, a republican senate, a republican president, and a $500-600 million deficit. What the h*** happened to the fiscally conservative party? I wouldn't mind these Republican politicians so much, if they would just act like Republicans. How can a Republican b**** and moan about "tax and spend" Democrats with a straight face, when the Republican alternative is "just spend"? Enough with the "Osama did it" and "Saddam ate my budget" excuses.

    At this point I dont even care what party the next president is from, as long as he is competent. Forget Bush beating Gore--I still can't believe he beat McCain.

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    Shame

    it's not Clark winning. I'm a republican, and would vote for clark over Bush....

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