SECOND AD. It aired on networks during such highly rated programs as ABC's Monday Night Football, college football, jTC NBC's "Miss America Pageant" and a number of prime-time sitcoms and drama series including "Going to Extremes," "Homefront" and "Unsolved Mysteries."
COST: $2.5 million.
SCRIPT: George Bush: "The world is in transition. The defining challenge of the '90s is to win the economic competition. To win the peace, we must be a military superpower, an economic superpower, an export superpower. In this election you'll hear two versions of how to do this. Theirs is to look inward. Ours is to look forward, prepare our people to compete, to save and invest so we can win. Here's what I'm fighting for: open markets for U.S. products, lower government spending, tax relief, opportunities for small business, legal and health reform, job training, and new schools built on competition ready for the 21st century."
VISUALS: George Bush speaking emphatically to audiencealternating with key words from the text being typed on a computer screen, and quick images of Air Force planes, autoworkers, schoolchildren saying the pledge of allegiance and family.