For those of us behind strict work firewalls, would you summarize? Thanks.
Great ad.....just presented the facts
FYI: This is an anti Obama ad from American Crossroads, not from the official Romney campaign.
I’d like to see an ad hit on the fact that so many have given up on finding a job, and that they aren’t being counted as unemployed any more, artificially lowering the “official” number.
Your ad is using facts and statistics.
There is no emotion, no feelings.
Your argument is invalid.
Why do they have it as a private link? It says at the top the video is unlisted and only those with a direct link can see it. Seems kind of strange for a political ad.
Interviews with actual out of work people would be way more effective. Maybe have one say “we can’t take four more years of this”.
U-tube refusing comments on this. Is everyone noticing how many web sites are refusing comments?
I would have cut off the chart on the debt and added to the chart the unemployment rate had the BLS used the same-sized job pool that we had at the end of the Bush administration (approx. 11 or 12%).
Then there’s only one message: Obama failed on unemployment.
This ad says “yes, he lied but it’s getting gradually better”. My revision says “yes he lied and it’s worse than the lie.”
54321 here come the bedwetters lol
We need to hear about the future...not the past. It’s almost annoying to hear what Obama did in the past since they have convinced people that it was Bush’s fault and he needs 4 more years. I’ve been waiting for Romney to talk about what an Obama Presidency will mean for the next 4 years!!!! NO ONE GIVES A CRAP ABOUT THE PAST ANYMORE. He’s going to lose if he doesn’t get with the program.
An exponentially better ad, creative, clever, and on-point, also by American Crossroads: CLICK HERE.
Will we ever see this one on TV, or just on the internet?
How about an ad showing what happens when the Bush Tax Cuts expire? Millions added to the tax rolls (Those that don’t pay taxes now), a 50% increase in the rate paid by the lowest level of taxpayers (from 10% to 15%), and an average $3500 increase for families.
Technically, this is Karl Rove’s anti-Obama ad. Not Romney’s.
If it’s playing here in VA, I haven’t seen it yet (I’m in the central part of the state).
for the debate
he needs to say
“how did your first plan work out??”
The other good ad I saw was the "Obama does not deserve a second term" and talks about the bad economy.
Add the issue of higher gas prices and this ad would hit the trifecta.