Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's campaign is taking aim at some of challenger Sharron Angle's most controversial and eyebrow-raising positions.
A new 30-second ad being rolled out by the four-term incumbent's camp serves as a relentless attempt to reiterate a familiar line of attack criticizing Anlge as "just too extreme."
"What do you call a candidate who says the way things are going that time may be coming for Second Amendment remedies, an armed response to our government?" asks a narrator in the spot. "Who says a teenage rape victim should be forced to have the baby? Who proposed a Scientology massage program for prisoners? And who says that Medicare and Social Security violate the Ten Commandments?"
And, Angle's camp out with a new ad too. Set to music, the spot called "Love Triangle" paints the relationship between Reid, President Obama and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as what "may be the most tragic love story of our time."
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