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No on Prop 8 Launches 2nd Ad, this Time with Punch

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The first ad for opponents of Prop 8 was calm and cool--it had this sense of peace about it. But after proponents of eliminating gay marriage launched their first and second ads touting alleged facts, opponents got together and made a second and more direct ad that was launched today. Buzz phrases used are "scare tactics," "that's a lie," and the best, a good one for Republicans--"keep government out of all our lives."