While his son, Richard, and daughter-in-law Rebecca were murdered in 1993, the ads fail to inform viewers that the two were murdered by their cocaine dealer when they apparently ran short of cash. Apparently, both of the Rosenbluths “had traces of cocaine in their body at the time of their death, a fact that is not mentioned in the television ad or more recent accounts of their muder.”Not a very effective argument, there, guys.
Friday, October 14, 2005
Raising Kaine apparently believes that being late with your drug payments makes you eleigible for the death penalty. Actually killing someone and his family for being late with those payments does not.
Posted by Charlie Bishop at 12:05 AM