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Sink to run her two-minute ad in second market - Jacksonville

Democrat Alex Sink holds a press conference with law enforcement today to announce she's bringing her two-minute documentary-style ad to a new market where the competition for the independent vote is just as fierce as in Tampa: Jacksonville. 

The ad runs today in Tampa television markets during the 6 p.m. news hour.

Here's WESH in Orlando's report on the dualing press conferences Monday:

 

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BM

Is Sink also going to tell them that she lies in this ad? That's right. Just look at the 38-44 second section. How does the Martin county Sheriff feel about being used in a lie? How does the district attorney feel about being used in a lie.

How do they feel now that it is out that 14,000 documents were seized and forensic accountants went over those documents and not one mention of Scott? How do they feel that a confidential informant wore a wire for 18 months and not one word of Scott? How do they feel that during the three trials not one mention of Scott?

Why is the media not calling Sink out on this lie? Why must an ordinary citizen speak out to expose this lie? I guess P.T. Barnum was right when he said, there is a sucker born every minute. Except the suckers are the ones who are being fed these lies by Sink and her campaign. I guess her grandfather taught her that lesson well.

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