About This Ad

When we arrived in South Carolina yesterday, this was The State newspaper. Clinton camp hits Obama. Attacks painful for black voters. Many in state offended by criticism of Obama and remarks about Martin Luther King. Dr. King's dream began to be realized when President Lyndon Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It's as if you are minimizing I Have A dream. It's a nice sentiment, but it took a white President to get blacks to the mountain top. The damage between the Clintons and the African-Americans in this country might be irreparable. Senator Obama's support among hard working Americans, white Americans, is weakening. Clinton had said a few years ago this guy would have been getting us coffee. I am not a racist. This whole thing is the biggest fairy tale. Geraldine Ferraro's comment to the newspaper that quote if Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position. The Clinton campaign doesn't want to change the tone. They're defending this and this, therefore this is their strategy.
Sponsor Type
Air Count
Markets Aired In
Networks Aired On
First Aired On
02/22/2016 UTC
Last Aired On
08/26/2016 UTC
Embed Code
Learn More About This Ad On Archive.org


About the Dataset

The Political TV Ad Archive, powered by the Internet Archive, is pulling together resources from a variety of sources to create an archive of political TV ads in key primary states. Each ad has its own canonical web page (sample here), and associated downloadable metadata. Some metadata are added by the Internet Archive; some generated via the media itself (such as count of ads, how many times an ad has aired, etc.); and some come from our partners.