Skip to comments.In 'ad,' GOP paints Obama as a fool
Posted on 04/02/2011 11:57:29 AM PDT by ColdOne
It wouldnt be April Fools Day in Washington without some sardonic humor from Republicans, who on Friday put out President Obamas first ad of 2012.
The spoof advertisement from the National Republican Senatorial Committee mocks Obama for some of his campaign promises they say he has failed to keep since taking office.
We couldnt think of a better time than April Fools Day to remind voters of the mile-wide gap between what Barack Obama promised as a candidate versus what hes delivered as President, Brian Walsh, the communications director of the NRSC, said in a statement to POLITICO. Hope and change actually meant more taxes, more spending and more government.
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“In ‘ad,’ GOP paints Obama as a fool”
Well—if the shoe fits...
Here the ad on You-Tube.
Seems to me that same theme would currently be very appropriate for a village in Kenya.
But then, I wouldn't expect there to much of a market, as I doubt such spiteful humor would ever seem nearly as appealing to conservatives as it consistently does to the "tolerant" Left...no matter how often the media tries to dishonestly paint the Right as the primary purveyors of hate.
The President of the United States of America
That would be because we’re using the “REALISM” school of artistic interpretation.
“GOP paints Obama as a fool”. Didn’t take much paint.
Well, he’s got his helmet. Where’s the short yellow school bus?
Thanks, piz on the politico links.
I’ve seen it. Could be better.
Conservatives are just too damn conservative at times.
Great. Now run the ad commercially. Show that the Republican Party has the balls to take on this Marxist and let him eat what he’s tried to dish out to so many decent, right-thinking Americans.
I too loved it!
They need one dealing with his campaign promises - close Guantanamo within in a year of taking office, not going to war without congressional approval, etc.
Obama IS a fool...
I’m stoopid and I don’t want a telephone, or any appliance, for that matter, smarter than me!
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