It's everywhere else by now (the perils of traveling), but here's a link to the new John McCain ad in New Hampshire, if only to keep the McCain campaign from complaining to me.

A McCain adviser insists that this ad buy is real -- in other words, it's not a video press release (from a campaign with... not much money) designed to convince us naive press folks into running it for free. The buy, the adviser said, is "substantial" and statewide.

JOHN MCCAIN: "A few days ago, Senator Clinton tried to spend one million dollars on the Woodstock concert museum.

"Now my friends, I wasn't there. I'm sure it was a cultural and pharmaceutical event.

"I was, I was tied up at the time."

(APPLAUSE)

JOHN MCCAIN: "No one can be President of the United States that supports projects such as these.

"I'm John McCain and I approve this message."

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