Gore/Lieberman, Inc.

30 sec. TV spot started running Oct. 28, 2000 

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[Music ] Male Announcer: Eight Nobel Laureates, top economic experts in America, have reviewed George W. Bush's plans.

Bush promises the same $1 trillion of Social Security to younger workers and the elderly at the same time.

He uses the surplus on a tax cut promise, half going to those making over $300,000.

Eight Noble laureates conclude George Bush's promises "more than exhaust the surplus," increasing interest rates and the deficit.

The Bush plan does not add up.

Background: This ad continues the major focus the Gore campaign has placed on challenging Bush's Social Security proposals since the third presidential debate, Oct. 17, 2000.