New NRSC video promotes negative coverage of Conway's "Aqua Buddha" ad
10/20/2010 11:59 AM
The National Republican Senatorial Committee has compiled a greatest-hits-like video highlighting the negative reactions of national pundits to Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jack Conway’s controversial ad.
The more than one-minute video quotes from cable TV news coverage in the aftermath of Conway’s latest ad and Sunday’s U.S. Senate debate, in which Conway brought up allegations from Republican candidate Rand Paul’s college days.
Paul, on Wednesday, told Politico he didn’t remember one incident, in which an unnamed woman claimed in media reports that Paul and another member of the Baylor University swim team tied her up and took her to a stream to pray to a fake god named “Aqua Buddha.”
In addition to the NRSC’s video, Paul’s wife Kelley is holding a press conference Monday afternoon in Bowling Green to also respond to Conway’s ad. Here’s the NRSC video:
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