Joe Lieberman for President, Inc.

60-second radio spot run in NH starting Jan. 6, 2004.

Integrity Minded Media

Announcer:  Hey, want to know a secret?  Shhh.  It's from a private
closed door meeting between George W. Bush and the Prime Minister of
Australia.  Newspapers report that George Bush told the Prime Minister
who he thinks would be the toughest Democrat for him to run against.

What do you think he said?  Howard Dean?  No way.

George Bush said that Joe Lieberman would be the toughest Democrat to
beat.  That's right.  Lieberman's the one that Bush says he worries
about the most.

Why?  Lieberman's proposed new tax cuts for the middle class -- not tax
increases like other Democrats.  Lieberman spent decades working for a
strong defense against terrorism and tyranny.  Lieberman's fought for a
family agenda like paid family and medical leave.  And he can challenge
Bush on values and integrity.  Joe Lieberman's the one who can unite
Democrats and Independents and Republicans to do what's right for this
country.  He has the integrity and toughness to take on George Bush.

Joe Lieberman:  I'm Joe Lieberman and I approve this message.

On the Screen:  

Notes and Observations