Bush-Cheney '04, Inc.

"Family Priorities"
30-second ad released July  15, 2004. 


President Bush: I'm George W. Bush and I approve this message.

Female Announcer:  When it comes to issues that affect our families, are John Kerry's priorities the same as yours?

Kerry voted against parental notification for teenage abortions.

Kerry even voted to allow schools to hand out the morning after pill without parents' knowledge.

He voted to take control away from parents by taking away their right to know.

John Kerry has his priorities.  The question is, are they yours?


On the Screen
Notes and Observations

Statement from Kerry campaign spokesman Chad Clanton:
"George Bush promised to unite the country, but this new ad illustrates how he's divided America like never before.   He has no plan to cut health care costs, create good paying jobs or win the peace in Iraq, so he attacks and misleads.   This ad says a lot about why voters want Kerry-Edwards, a new team for a new America."