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Starting with 2004, there was the Republican nominee, George W. Bush, and the Democratic nominee, John Kerry. After viewing Bush’s ad “No Limit” and Kerry’s ad “Obligation”, it appears that both are mostly attacking each other and not giving any relevant information towards their views regarding the nation’s issues. In “No Limit”, Bush discusses Kerry’s lack of support for the war on terrorism. Conversely, Kerry discusses Bush’s ‘misjudgments’ regarding the war in Iraq, while also giving no relevant information to his own cause (General Election Ads, n.d.). The tone of Bush’s ad makes you want to believe that Kerry truly was against the war even though he said he supports the troops.The ad states that Kerry voted against 87 billion dollars for troops, against body armor, bullets and supplies, and wanted to decrease the intelligence budget (General Election Ads, n.d.). At the time, I probably would have truly believe that Kerry was everything but supportive of the