Cold Harbor Films
: Why does Al Gore say one thing, when the truth is another?
His attacks on George W. Bush's Social Security plan -- exaggerations.
Non-partisan analysis confirms George Bush's plan sets aside 2.4 trillion dollars to strengthen Social Security.
Newspapers say "Gore has a problem telling the truth."
Now Gore promises smaller government, but Gore is actually proposing 3 times the new spending President Clinton proposed.
Why does Al Gore say one thing, when the truth is another?
|Analysis: "Liar" appears to be too direct; instead the charge is that Gore "say[s] one thing, when the truth is another." This ad and the companion ad "Newspapers" are quite similar, although this one refutes the charges on Social Security that Gore began making after the third presidential debate. (See for example the DNC ad "Promise" (Oct. 18) and Gore ads "Penny" (Oct. 20) and "Next" (Oct. 21)).|