Alabama: A Study In Campaign Contrasts

Embattled GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore

It’s a study in contrasts when looking at today’s campaign ads coming out of the Alabama special election for the U.S. Senate.

First up, Roy Moore’s rather tabloid-esque response to “false allegations” in a “scheme by liberal elites and the Republican establishment” meant to derail his run for Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ old seat in the U.S. Senate.

Meanwhile, Democrat Doug Jones’ new ad highlights Moore’s views that preschool is “detrimental to children and our country,” which he expressed in a 2007 op-ed for far-right wing site WorldNetDaily.

The essay was apparently in response to Hillary Clinton’s calls for universal pre-kindergarten classes for four-year-olds.

Compare for yourself – who would you vote for?

Moore, who was twice kicked out of office for disobeying the law and accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct?

Or the other guy, Jones, who successfully prosecuted murderers and the KKK, and stands up for education for your children?

Doesn’t seem like a difficult choice to me.