9/11 Victim Families Not Happy About New Bush Ads

Some of the victim's families of the 9/11 tragedy are upset over new ads from President Bush that show 9/11 imagery. While the Bush camp claims this is part of the Bush Presidency and part of the fabric of our country, others feel it is a slap in the face.

Tom Roger, whose daughter died American Airlines Flight 11 thinks that "to show the horror of 9/11 in the background, that's just some advertising agency's attempt to grab people by the throat."

I'd agree know that is the point of most advertising. To get noticed. Certainly the use of 9/11 imagery is controversial and will cause great debate. It is part of our past. It can't be forgotten. Using it in a political campaign may, though, be questionable. An opinion on this which I'd welcome and greatly respect would be that of Jeff Jarvis who was there.

by Steve Hall    Mar- 5-04   Click to Comment   

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Hi, I think Tom Rogers is right; his daugher's grave essentially, should not be advertised. By the way tell him I can contact her for him, parapsychologically. B

Posted by: barbara leavitt on June 27, 2006 3:02 PM