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Patricia Drong letter: Appalled, disgusted by Liffrig's TV ads

I cannot express how disgusted and appalled I am that the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate has sunk to a new low. The negative ads he currently has out are not only dishonest but also malicious.

I cannot express how disgusted and appalled I am that the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate has sunk to a new low. The negative ads he currently has out are not only dishonest but also malicious.

I cannot believe the TV stations would even run them when children could see them. Liffrig stated in a telephone interview that he thought they were "funny." I guess that should tell everyone what kind of person he really is. Evidently, he missed what his vice president has said on gay marriage.

Also, he stated that this isn't California even when the governor of California was speaking at the Republican convention.

Liffrig backers, open your eyes and see what kind of man he really is. Is this the kind of man you want to send to Washington? Evidently, he doesn't have much faith in the people of North Dakota. He also doesn't have any ideas with which to run on either.

Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., has been running a clean campaign on the truth. I want a man of honor that doesn't lie about another person. My vote is going to Dorgan. Dorgan has worked hard for the people of North Dakota. Liffrig will work hard to be one of the lackeys for the Republicans.

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I wonder where he got all the money for these ads. Let's see if he can respond truthfully on this subject. Let's try something different this year and have an honest and clean campaign from the Republicans. Wouldn't that be nice for a change?

Patricia Drong

Sanborn, N.D.

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