Monty's Bluff has a clever idea: Let's make it easy for the media to hold politicians accountable for their past negative ads. The catchy-and-descriptive moniker: "The Integrity Boomerang Project." Best of all: You can 'recycle' junk fliers and campaign material by sending them to the Project to provide grist for 2008's well-deserved-negative-rumor mill.
- Name: Byrne Hobart
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