The Washington Post has a database of campaign ads. You can search in various ways, some of which are pretty funny, like musical themes. These are the Dems:>
MyDD also has the Adwatch project, where you can comment on ads
I got to warn you, Jack Carter's ad will make you want to gouge your eyes out. Many of these ads are disturbingly wimpy. In a year when many Republicans won't call themselves "Republican," we still have candidates that won't call themselves "Democrats" either.
Ads on immigration seem to be OK, at least where Democrats are emphasizing the English language requirements
I would also like to see some of the conventional talking points beefed up a bit. Not only has the language been made harmless and fluffy for Fox consumption, the conventional talking points are so stale that people have tuned it out a long time ago.
And if someone says "wiretapping" come back with "wiretapping and torture and secret prisons" and that this adminsitration is "obsessed with torture"
Don't mention "Taxes" use the word "debt that will be passed on to our children and great grand children"
Estate tax / Iraq / taxes - Spending that endangers Social Security
And change the "the war on terror" to "the war on terror, which has nothing to with Iraq."
And please, I hope that people will work in Bush's press conference, like this rebuttal to Santorum's nutty WMD claims.
That was a quicky, and they could have worked in more of Bush and found clips where Rick was being more stupid.