Slate's Damned Spot: Swift Boat 'Truth' Ads

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Slate editor Jacob Weisberg and chief political correspondent Will Saletan critique of television advertisement from a group calling itself Swift Boat Veterans for Truth that challenges Sen. John Kerry's Vietnam war record. They also analyze another campaign commercial responding to that ad.



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