According to the Bush-Cheney ’04 campaign, “Bush-Cheney ’04 released a new television ad that will begin running all over the nation. The new ad, ‘Weapons,’ highlights John Kerry’s troubling record of opposing weapons systems essential to fighting and winning the War on Terror.”
Previously, multimedia on the Bush-Cheney ’04 Re-election Campaign website was available only via Windows Media and RealPlayer. Now Bush-Cheney ’04 site offers a third choice, Apple’s QuickTime, in “High Speed” and “Low Speed” versions.
The John Kerry campaign website multimedia is offered with a choice between Windows Media or RealPlayer. The Ralph Nader campaign website offers video clips with a choice between Windows Media or QuickTime.
See the Bush-Cheney ’04 QuickTime additions here.
The addition of QuickTime to the Bush-Cheney ’04 website follows the addition of the free President Bush Mac OS X Screen Saver. It seems that, of the three major candidates for U.S. President, only President Bush recognizes the Macintosh platform at this time.
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The Mac is Bush to Windows’ Clinton (opinion) – October 25, 2002