New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign The Obama camp initially said the best way to counter criticism from GOP vice presidential pick Sarah Palin was to ignore it. But ads this week take a different tack.
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New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign

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New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign

New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign

New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign

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The Obama camp initially said the best way to counter criticism from GOP vice presidential pick Sarah Palin was to ignore it. But ads this week take a different tack. Jim VandeHei of Politico.com discusses the tone of the fall campaign with Madeleine Brand.