State Department spending $70G on Pakistan ads denouncing anti-Islam film. You agree with making the ad?
The American Embassy in Islamabad, in a bid to tamp down public rage
over the anti-Islam film produced in the U.S., is spending $70,000 to
air an ad on Pakistani television that features President Obama and
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton denouncing the video.
The State Department said Thursday the embassy had compiled brief
clips of Obama and Clinton rejecting the contents of the movie and
extolling American tolerance for all religions into a 30-second public
service announcement that is running on seven Pakistani networks. Obama
and Clinton's comments, which are from previous public events in
Washington, are in English but subtitled in Urdu, the main Pakistani
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