|Where Do We 'Draw the Line'?|
Some have gotten their drawers in a knot over all the Carson 'news', calling the accusations low, among other words; but is it?
I ran across this today: "Attack ad accuses GOP candidate of choosing ‘prostitutes over patriots’",
The race is for Governor of Louisiana and it seems to be another ugly political race.
From this piece: “The choice for governor couldn’t be more clear: John Bel Edwards, who answered our country’s call and served as a Ranger in the 82nd Airborne Division,” a voiceover begins. “Or David Vitter, who answered a prostitute’s call minutes after he skipped a vote honoring 28 soldiers who gave their lives in defense of our freedom. David Vitter chose prostitutes over patriots. Now the choice is yours.”
Is this fair?
I'm hoping for a rational discussion on what we feel about political ads and seeing as how this particular race isn't for President and isn't in the State of CA, we might be able to discuss what is and isn't 'over the line'.