Feingold Senate Committee

a) "Freedom" (Oct. 12, 2004)
h)  "Rubber Stamp" (Oct. 14, 2004)

30-second TV ads seen running on WITI FOX 6 in Milwaukee, WI on Oct. 18, 2004.


Marv Freedman (Vietnam War Veteran): More than a million American men and women in uniform have died protecting America’s freedoms.

John Moses (World War II Veteran): After the terrorist attack, some people were willing to give those freedoms away.

Keith Kreul (Korean War Veteran): Senator Feingold’s vote against the USA PATRIOT Act was courageous, and patriotic.

Marv Freedom: Russ Feingold understands that we can fight a vigorous war on terrorism and still protect basic civil liberties.

Jamie Aulik (Iraq War Veteran): Senator Feingold supported me, by standing up for our freedoms here at home.

Russ Feingold: I’m Russ Feingold, and I’m honored to support this message.

"Rubber Stamp"
Russ Feingold:  I'm Russ Feingold.

My opponent, Tim Michels, talks tough about fair trade but he supports unfair agreements that hurt Wisconsin's families.

These bad deals have sent thousands of Wisconsin jobs to other countries like China.

As reported, Michels has even invested up to $200,000 in Chinese businesses. That's right, he profits while jobs go overseas.

We don't need another rubber stamp for the big corporations, we need a Senator with the experience and independence to stand up for us.

I'm Russ Feingold, and I support this message.

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