Contest to Attack Antiwar Activism

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Ad campaign gives visitors the chance to choose their attack., a news and analysis web site with a Constitutional perspective, announced a contest to determine the next line of attack on the anti-war movement. “We keep hearing that we were misled or the effort in Iraq wasn’t worth it, but we believe it is worth it, and that there was no misleading,” said Chris Myers, founder of the web site. (AHO) has established a contest to address the issues brought up by anti-war activists. AHO will display the text of three web/TV ads scheduled for production and, at a cost of one dollar per vote, allow visitors to select which ad will be produced first. “The President has now started addressing some of the accusations of the anti-war activists, but we doubt many people will hear much about his response from mainstream news sources, while anti-war groups have their views presented regularly,” Myers said.

With a goal of presenting the ad during broadcast television news programs, the contest gives viewers the opportunity to pick the message they want to see presented first. “We believe there are many Americans whose opinions are not recognized by national media, and we want to put those ideas out there. If it doesn't make the news, we can put it in commercials during the news,” Myers concluded.

The text of the ads can be viewed at the AHO web site. is a proactive news analysis web site geared toward providing entry-level insight into Constitutional issues through advertising campaigns and information available at their site.


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