Grayson Angry Over Attack Ads

Friday, 15 Oct 2010 02:07 PM

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Florida Rep. Alan Grayson, amid a pitched battle with Republican Fla. Sen. Daniel Webster for his seat in the state’s 8th congressional district, bemoaned negative ads coming his way, insisting they are being funded by foreign corporations, according to WDBO Local News.

Grayson, Webster, Florida adsOne such ad, sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, calls the central Floridian “Pelosi’s lap-dog.” Grayson claims that the Chamber’s ad is funded by foreign corporations, a contention he hopes voters will note ahead of the November election.

Grayson also has been criticized for negative ads, especially one his campaign ran against Webster in which he labeled the Republican “Taliban Dan,” accusing Webster of being a religious fanatic on par with the notorious Islamic fundamentalist group.







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