YouTube member CartwrightDale says of his ad concept:
Although I enjoyed Barack Obama’s recent web ad “Embrace” (the one with lots of hugging between Bush and McCain), I still think the campaign needs to be a little harsher. The idea of a continuation of Bush policies into a third term should be scary, not playful. Furthermore, I think it’s important to emphasize that McCain has been “doubling down” on Bush’s policies at the same time the rest of the nation (and world) has been abandoning them.
I created this ad to illustrate the kind of concept I’d like to […]Full Story... →
from the inbox:
Columbus, OH—Today the Obama campaign announced a new TV ad focused on the economy to air beginning Thursday in 16 battleground states including Ohio. The new ad entitled Book highlights Obama’s plan to break with the failing economic policies of the past eight years and put America’s middle class first. The ad will run in AK, CO, FL, IA, MI, MO, MT, NM, NV, NH, NC, ND, OH, PA, VA, and WI.Full Story... →
Too bad we can’t see this on TV. Hopefully it will at least make the rounds as much or more than smear emails. Brian Deese, a campaign policy advisor, refutes the various deceptions that John McCain is using to attack Barack Obama.
McCain’s latest “negative ad” (You listening PeeDee?):
The Obama camp sets it straight:
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“Pocket” illustrates the clear choice in this election between an approach that keeps us sending billions to oil companies and foreign governments and one that gives middle class families a $1,000 rebate funded by a windfall profits tax on the oil companies.
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Not surprising from this disingenuous bunch. He did NOT visit troops at Landstuhl, so they attacked. If he HAD visited them, guess what?
What the McCain campaign doesn’t want people to know, according to one GOP strategist I spoke with over the weekend, is that they had an ad script ready to go if Obama had visited the wounded troops saying that Obama was…wait for it…using wounded troops as campaign props. So, no matter which way Obama turned, McCain had an Obama bashing ad ready to launch. I guess that’s political hardball. But another […]Full Story... →
Airing in eighteen states, “Dignity” highlights Senator Obama’s decision to bypass big money jobs and help lift neighborhoods stung by job loss. The ad illustrates Senator Obama’s record of working hard to move people from welfare to work, passing tax cuts for workers and providing healthcare for children.Full Story... →
Good stuff. Hillary supporters will no doubt call this a negative ad. I find it pretty hard hitting, but hardly a 3am 9/11 smear. I don’t see the negativity at all. Just calling Clinton on her bullshit pandering:Full Story... →
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