Political campaigns were even more vicious in the past

Seniors Amandah Viera and Austin Barerra

Political campaigns were even more vicious in the past

Candidates’ Manhood, Intelligence, and Families were Fair Game

Are you tired of relentless attack ads in which candidates rip opponents on health care, the economy, the deficit, taxes, terrorism, and family values?

Had it with political commercials that use grainy, slow-motion video with twisted expressions to make opponents look bad enough to scare small children? Sick of millions in special-interest dollars poured into campaigns while infrastructure, schools, and social programs suffer?

Fed up with hearing how the other guy is against children, seniors, teachers, schools, term limits, crime, Medicare, Medicaid, education, and the environment?

Unfortunately, it’s not a new phenomenon. It was actually worse in decades past, as elections from years ago were filthy enough to make even today’s campaign managers blush.

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