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Yesterday I blogged about the Democrative Party’s new TV ad which uses flag-draped coffins of American soldiers as a prop to advance their politics, “progressive” style.  I said:

Of course the Democrats have broken new low, low, ground, this time around, and have veered off the low road and down onto a lower dirt road (they’re “progressive”!) using scenes of many flag-draped coffins of troops killed in action—as part of their political advertising.  Those liberals are so compassionate!


Today at one of my favorite places, Human Events Online, columnist Michael Reagan (yes, related) wrote:

Democrats Use Dead Americans as Campaign Props

Just when you think that the national Democrats can sink no lower, they reach down into the mud and mire in their bag of political tricks and come up with a new and slimier example of their utter shamelessness…

It’s a good read (2 minutes). 



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