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Thursday, September 21, 2006

Diane Farrell unveils latest TV ad.

The Diane Farrell campaign released a new TV ad targeting Chris Shays, his 14 trips to Iraq, and his loyal support of President Bush's management of the war.
"The evidence is clear from Congressman Shays' own statements. He has supported the war in Iraq since day one," Farrell said. "I couldn't disagree with him more strongly. It's time for new thinking about how we extricate ourselves from a war that has taken the lives of nearly 2,700 American military and exhausted more $300 billion dollars."

"We need a new direction, not only in Iraq , but also on energy policy, on health care, on fiscal policy - you name it. We can't keep electing Chris Shays if we are going to make the changes we need."

Connecticut Bob caught up with Farrell yesterday in Stamford and did a very informative interview her. Make sure to check out the video report he filed on his site.