The Tom Cotton ad about national security and ISIS uses some footage from a 55-minute, graphic propaganda film the militant group put out in September.
“This idiot Admiral Kirby was asked, I think yesterday, that said, ‘John McCain says that we are losing, what do you say?’ The guy, you gotta run it, you gotta run it. Blah. Blah. Blah. Blah. Blah. I mean, it’s amazing.”
“I think the first thing we should do is be honest about the disease and I think President Obama’s administration has so tried to downplay the transmissibility of this,” Paul said.
It’s an article about a proposed overhaul of VA health care.
“I wasn’t sure why they didn’t stop tourists visas a week ago from Africa. I wasn’t sure about that, why that hasn’t happened?”
Zach Dasher is challenging incumbent Rep. Vance McAllister.
“If anybody can mess this up my side has the total capacity to here at the last minute to figure out how to turn 65% into 25%,” Sen. Roy Blunt says.
“The bottom line is though, these are all folks who vote with me.”
The ad is still airing in two markets (Cincinnati, which includes parts of Kentucky, and Paducah).
Pat Roberts represents the Sunflower State (Kansas).
Sen. Rand Paul says a potential travel ban is “reasonable” and should be “considered.” Ron Paul says the idea is “politically motivated.”
James Foley’s parents asked for the ad to be removed.
Worries of terrorists using Ebola against the United States grow amongst Republicans.
“Okay, well, part of their creed would be to bring persons who have Ebola into our country.”
“I think it is deplorable and there should be an apology.”
On Gov. Tom Corbett’s campaign website. Update (6:58 p.m.): The Corbett campaign says the “whole website footer graphic” is Photoshopped, including a stock image of a black woman.
Asked whether the U.S. should be concerned about ISIS militants bringing Ebola into the country, Sen. Ron Johnson said we should do everything possible to prevent such a thing.
If you’re confused here it’s because we are, too.