The newest campaign ad for President Barack Obama is a televised rebuttal to a Mitt Romney commercial that accused him of wanting to “gut” welfare reform.
“Seen this?” a narrator says as a shot from the Romney ad appears on the screen.
The Obama ad goes on to feature a New York Times editorial calling the Romney ad “blatantly false” and a Washington Post editorial saying “the Obama administration is not removing” welfare-to-work requirements “at all.”
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The Obama campaign released a new set of Spanish language television ads today that end with the president giving his standard “I’m Barack Obama and I approve this message” spiel en español. While his accent is not perfect, his Spanish is far better than Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s.
With his latest campaign ad blitz in the battleground states, President Barack Obama would like to remind you that the economic crisis began before he was in office. His ad, which will air in nine states, articulates what are clearly becoming the main early messages of his reelection bid; the economic recovery may be slow, but it is happening and the Obama administration has made a number of acheivements that make it worth keeping the faith for the many voters who believed in him during the last election.
“In 2008 an economic meltdown, 4.4 million jobs lost, America’s economy spiraling down. All before this president took the oath” a narrator says in between grim news clips from the financial crisis as the ad begins.
President Obama was not pleased with Mitt Romney’s new campaign commercial. Mr. Romney’s ad featured an out of context clip of a 2008 speech that made it seem as though the President said, “If we keep talking about the economy, we’re going to lose.” In the 24 hours since Mr. Romney’s attack hit the airwaves President Obama’s aides and Romney campaign staff have been slinging meta-mud about the commercial behind the scenes. ”They tried to get away with a blatant deception and got caught,” Obama campaign advisor David Axelrod told Politico.
Mitt Romney released his first television ad for the upcoming New Hampshire primary last night and it’s a one minute attack on President Obama’s economic policies. In the ad, Mr. Romney promises to “make sure that that American is a job-creating machine” by getting rid of federal government programs.
Herman Cain’s chief of staff, Mark Block stars in a new campaign ad that’s become something of a viral video sensation. Mr. Block is featured in the ad explaining why Mr. Cain is his man before taking a dramatic puff of a cigarette.
The beginning of the ad is fairly standard with Mr. Block shot Read More