Guilt By Association: National Association for Gun Rights

An ad from the National Republican Congressional Committee misleads when it attacks Rep. Mike McIntyre (D., N.C.) for a vote on a nonbinding House GOP budget resolution.






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Guilt by Association: Inhofe vs. Hagel

Sen. James Inhofe (R., Okla.) engages in guilt by association when he suggests former Sen. Chuck Hagel (R., Neb.) is “cozy” with terrorists because an Iranian official said Tehran hoped Hagel, as secretary of defense, will bring “practical changes in U.S. foreign policy.











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Guilt By Association: Tea Party Patriots vs. Rove

The Tea Party Patriots engage in guilt by association when they photoshop GOP political consultant Karl Rove into Heinrich Himmler’s Nazi uniform.











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Guilt By Association: Coalition to Stop Gun Violence vs. Barrow

A web ad by the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence misleadingly intercuts one of Rep. John Barrow’s (D., Ga.) October 2012 campaign ads with December 2012 footage from the Sandy Hook school shootings in Newtown, Conn.











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Guilt by Association: Romney vs. Obama

A TV ad from the Romney campaign tries to link President Obama to a socialist, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, and a communist, Cuban President Raul Castro.











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Guilt by Associa-Sheen

A Democratic super PAC ad compares Rep. Connie Mack (R., Fla.) to actor Charlie Sheen. Is it a fair comparison?











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McPoleon

Who will stand tall for the Union?











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Guilt By Association: Ralph Smeed Foundation ‘Kills’ vs. Obama

A billboard by the Ralph Smeed Foundation in Caldwell, Iowa, associates President Barack Obama (D) with James Holmes, the alleged perpetrator of a mass shooting in Colorado.











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Guilt By Association: Obama vs. Romney ‘Tax Records… Felons’

A web video by President Obama (D) attacks Gov. Mitt Romney (R) by featuring a clip that has “Mitt Romney,” “tax records” and “felons” on screen together.











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