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How Ovide Got His Momentum



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How is this New Hampshire race as close as it is? The Supreme Court may have something to do with it.

As I mentioned Tuesday, the Judicial Crisis Network ran a $50,000 radio ad campaign throughout the state on Kelly Ayotte’s statement that she would have voted for Sonia Sotomayor for SCOTUS. Many may point to the life issue, but with a lot of he said, she said happening, I’m not sure that’s a clear case to make. The National Right to Life Committee was making the case early and often for Ayotte. Despite questions raised about how she handled parental notification and Planned Parenthood, she was still being hailed as a heroine by some pro-lifers. But Sotomayor was a simple argument to make. And the JCN did do it. And Sotomayor SCOTUS concerns do cover pro-life concerns but others, too, including the Second Amendment, and the role of the judiciary, of course.

The 60-second ad’s message was:

I’m Carrie Severino from the Judicial Crisis Network with an important message for New Hampshire:

What was Kelly Ayotte thinking?

First, pro-abortion group NARAL endorsed liberal Obama Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.

So did Kelly Ayotte.

Then another pro-abortion group – Planned Parenthood – endorsed Sotomayor.

So did Kelly Ayotte.

The radical anti-gun Brady Campaign endorsed Sotomayor.

So did Kelly Ayotte.

NARAL. Planned Parenthood. The Brady Campaign.

So you may not know what Kelly Ayotte stands for … but now you know who she stands with.

Call Kelly Ayotte at 603-232-1162 and tell her to stop supporting liberal Obama nominees to the Supreme Court.

Tell her it’s time to stand up for judges who represent New Hampshire’s

values …not Barack Obama’s.

This message was paid for by the Judicial Crisis Network. Not paid for by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

Judicialnetwork.com

We know it wasn’t Sarah Palin who drove Ovid’s last-minute surge. And saying it was attributable to abortion isn’t a clean argument. It may just have been judges. 



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