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National Ad Campaign to Contrast Al Gore’s Lifestyle with his Calls to Restrict Energy

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Washington, D.C., March 7, 2008—The Competitive Enterprise Institute will launch a national ad campaign on Tuesday, March 11, focusing on the threat to affordable energy posed by Al Gore’s global warming agenda. The ads contrast Gore’s energy-consuming lifestyle with the life-and-death need for energy in developing countries.  

CEI’s new campaign comes in the face of Gore’s March 1st announcement of a major new set of ads from his Alliance for Climate Protection to promote the global warming issue.

In May, 2006, CEI stirred international controversy with a pair of CEI ads on global warming alarmism, which carried the tagline “CO2: They Call It Pollution; We Call It Life.” Those ads can be viewed on be viewed on YouTube.com/ceidotorg, here and here.

WHAT: national ad campaign launch

WHEN: Tuesday, March 11 – 10:00am

WHERE: Club – Murrow Room

529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC

RSVP: chall@cei.org

 

View the 2008 Gore ad campaign

View CEI’s 2006 ads: “Glaciers” and “Energy

 

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