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Marc Ambinder is dubbing it the first contrast ad of the general election. It's a 1:00 running on Spanish-language radio in New Mexico and Nevada. In it, the McCain supporter says that the other candidate (aka Barack Obama) has only recently discovered the importance of the Hispanic vote. Barack will probably see this as a "distraction" or "playing the race game" or the "same old politics" or some such.