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Forbes 2000, Inc.

"Gimmicks"
60 sec. radio spot launched Oct. 28, 1999 for a one-week run in Iowa, NH and SC.  

Eisner | Johnson Political Consultancy
 
 
 
 

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Steve Forbes: Republicans are right to criticize the Clinton-Gore Administration's latest Social Security gimmick.  This is Steve Forbes.  Under the Clinton-Gore scheme, Washington still takes too much, and gives back too little.  My plan would guarantee the current Social Security benefits of every American 55 years or older.  No benefit cuts, no taxes on benefits, no more raiding the Social Security truct fund.  Younger workers would be free to choose a new Social Security system of personal retirement accounts, and deposit up to 8% of their income into their own account instead of paying payroll taxes to the Washington politicians.  Younger workers could then retire with over 1 million dollars, which belonged to them, not the government.  I'm Steve Forbes.  For more information, check Forbes2000.com.  Paid for by Forbes 2000, Inc.  
Forbes 2000, Inc.

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60 sec. radio spot run regularly on WHO AM 1040 in Iowa during Dec. 1999.

Eisner | Johnson Political Consultancy
 
 

 

Note: Missing first part of this ad.

[Unidentified male announcer]: ...working families.  For farmers the Forbes flat tax means no death tax, no capital gains tax and the full expense of farm equipment can be taken the year the equipment's purchased.  Imagine that.  No more crazy depreciation schedules and no more expensive legal bills trying to figure out your taxes. 

Steve Forbes says it's time we take the power out of Washington by replacing our complicated tax code with something normal, hones people can understand, and I agree.  Steve Forbes is my choice for president because he'll change Washington.

Steve Forbes: Paid for by Forbes 2000, Inc.