Forbes 2000, Inc.

60 sec. radio spot, heard on WHO in Iowa in the days before the caucuses. 

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[missing first 5-10 seconds]...Male Announcer:..questions.  Would he, George W. Bush, keep the Ronald Reagan pro-life plank in the Republican Party platform, would he pledge to choose a pro-life running mate, and would he pledge to appoint only pro-life justices to the Supreme Court?

Simple yes or no questions, which George W. Bush has yet to simply answer "yes."

Steve Forbes on the other hand is devoted to protecting the rights of the unborn and has no problem saying yes to appointing a pro-life running mate, pro-life judges and keeping the pro-life plank.

Look, no one's saying which side of these issues George W. Bush falls on, including him. 

Well if the question is by acting like a pro-life pacifist afraid to offend is George W. Bush really practicing leadership or is he just practicing politics?

Steve Forbes is honest, conservative, and as Phyllis Schlafly says, he's the most electable pro-life candidate in the race.

Steve Forbes: Paid for by Forbes 2000, Inc.

Analysis: In another sharp attack from the closing days of the campaign, this ad accuses Bush of "acting like a pro-life pacifist afraid to offend."