Skip to comments.Here is a Mitt Romney Ad I'd like to see - (Vanity)
Posted on 08/10/2012 12:41:18 PM PDT by Nicojones
The Ad opens with a written declaration that 20,000 non-union Delphi retirees lost their pensions while the Union employees were able to keep them as part of Obama's auto bailout.
Each Ad should then feature one of the Delphi employees that lost their pension. With 20,000 to choose from, they should feature the saddest stories - guys with sick families and medical bills, foreclosures. etc. Each story should be juxtaposed with the Union employees that were allowed by Obama to keep their pensions. At the end, the narrator should point out that Obama is not a man of the people, fighting for the working stiff. He's just the man bought and paid for by the Unions, fighting for special interests!
There’s already an ad out called “Top Priority”, Type it in on YouTube
Romney would be best served to hire some of our Freepers.
THAT is a very effective add. Why doesn’t Romney (et al) use this You Tube approach or even directly refer to said You Tube video?
Romney doesn’t seem to want to “Fight”. I respect a person who is willing to fight for a just cause.
I will, I have and I always will fight for what is right.
Cumbo, I watched that ad and its close. However, it should hit harder like the one I proposed. We need to be more explicit - Obama is a tool of the Unions and Special interests,NOT a man of the people.
Funny thing is that I’m in a major swing state and haven’t even seen that one. For anyone else, here is the link to the Ad that Cumbo mentioned:
Romney is just as big of a wimp as McLame. He says he doesn’t want to throw that kind of negative campaign out. Lets see- Obama is hammering him with absolutely fraudulent lie after lie (at what point does defamation of character come in?), Why not hammer back with 100% fact-based, verified, and certifiable TRUTH?
Obama has spewed enough garbage and caused enough destruction to provide ammunition for multiple successful campaigns against him. Come on Mr. Romney - USE IT!
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