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Taddeo's first TV ad

Democrat Annette Taddeo's campaign is out with its first TV ad in the District 18 Congressional race.

The 30-second "New Beginning," which may be many voters' first exposure to the candidate, shows Taddeo in front of the Miami skyline, touching on her main platform points: health care, jobs and ending the war in Iraq. No mention of her opponent, Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

The ad is also out in Spanish, along with two Spanish radio ads that feature "Todos Unidos," a vallenato-flavored song recorded by a Colombian singer for the Colombian-American Taddeo.

On the radio, Taddeo says she would support expanding the State Children's Health Insurance Program - mentioning that she was born with a cleft lip that required 19 surgeries to fix, and that Ros-Lehtinen voted against the program's expansion.

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Wake up and spit out the coolaid

It's nice to know that our government was designed to work for the people, now our government has taken over so we the people have no vote to bail out millionaires, they have already decided for us. It's great to know that this Wall Street bailout will create jobs for us struggling little people and not to further the wealthy persons riches. Yeah!

Proverbs 22:7
The rich rules over the poor, And the borrower becomes the lender's slave.

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