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RoeGone.org Launches Second TV Ad to Expose McCain's Record

Contact: Sharon Blakeney, RoeGone.org, 830-816-2222

MEDIA ADVISORY, Feb. 1 /Christian Newswire/ -- RoeGone.org, who earlier this week made news by exposing the liberal Romney record, including tax funded abortion on demand, today launches a new ad to expose the McCain record against life, marriage, and free speech.
"McCain and Romney have both called each other a 'liberal'," said RoeGone.org spokesperson Sharon Blakeney. "The truth of the matter is that they're both right and these ads prove it."
"McCain not only favors funding medical experiments on human embryos that destroy their lives, he was one of only seven Republicans to vote against the Marriage Protection Amendment," added Blakeney.  
"He then sued Wisconsin Right to Life because they had the audacity to suggest that their members contact their Congressional Representatives during the McCain-Feingold 'no free speech zone' prior to an election."
Here is the transcript of the new television ad on Senator McCain:

Three critical issues:  Protecting life.  Protecting Free Speech.  Protecting marriage.
Senator John McCain favors forcing taxpayers to fund embryonic stem cell research, which the National Right to Life Committee says: "requires killing human embryos."
McCain violated our Free Speech rights with the notorious McCain-Feingold Act, and personally sued Wisconsin Right to Life for communicating with their members prior to an election.
John McCain is one of only seven Republican senators who voted against the Marriage Protection Amendment supported by President Bush.
The homosexual Log Cabin Republicans call him a "Republican hero" for gays and lesbians.
And no wonder…
Chris Matthews asked: "Should gay marriage be allowed?"
McCain:  "I think that gay marriage should be allowed if there's a ceremony kind of thing if you want to call it that."
George Stephanopolous asked: "Are you against civil unions for gay couples?"
McCain:  "No, I am not."
John McCain:  Against protecting life.  Against protecting free speech.  Against protecting marriage.
Contact Info:  Sharon Blakeney 830-816-2222
RoeGone.org, P.O. Box 101, Dania Beach, FL 33004