Six Degrees of (Not Kevin Bacon)

A FlackCheck.org take-down of the 60 Plus Association’s “Still Believe”, which makes a false comparison between the Affordable Care Act and Adolf Hitler.

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2010 First Place [Tie]

First place honors in the Worst of 2010 competition are shared between two ads run by then-incumbent Democrat Alan Grayson campaign against Republican challenger Daniel Webster for the 8th Congressional district in Florida.

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2010 Second Place

The second place finalist for Worst of 2010 was Sharron Angle (R) campaign’s attack ad against incumbent Democrat Harry Reid for U.S. Senator from Nevada.

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2010 Third Place

The third place finalist for Worst of 2010 was 60 Plus Association’s “Still Believe,” employing a World War II veteran to advocate the repeal of the Obama healthcare law.

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2010 Fourth Place

Fourth place in the competition for Worst of 2010 goes to Americans for Prosperity’s “Hands Off,” an ad attacking the proposed Obama healthcare bill.

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2010 Fifth Place

In fifth place for Worst of 2010, the Florida Police Benevolent Association’s “Worst Nightmare” ad used fear of violent criminals to urge voters to unseat incumbent Republican Governor Rick Scott in Florida.

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