Skip to comments.A New Path (new Romney-Ryan ad at youtube)
Posted on 10/06/2012 7:23:58 AM PDT by RoosterRedux
Great new ad!
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
‘A New Path, A New President’... That’s actually kinda catchy.
In the meantime, Obama has Big Bird for his new best friend. Can Big Bird create jobs??
Spliced together from footage from the first debate.
Romney is so damn good, when he’s in a debate, he sounds as polished as a professional advertising copyreader.
If you did not see the footage from the debate, you would have thought the voice track came straight out of a studio after dozens of takes.
Nope... Romney did that live, in front of 68 Million people with President Obama breathing down his neck.
A specific and understandable plan. His desire to grow small business is really more visionary than many people realize.
That was Reaganesque! A thrill went up both my legs :)
Here's why: If you played it with the sound off and eliminated all the U.S. flags in the visual clips, anyone who watched it would recognize it as a compilation of distinctively American themes. That includes everything from the old-fashioned diner to a brilliant sunrise over a farm field to a flurry of activity inside a modern factory.
Take it and run hard with it, Mr. Romney. I am duly impressed.
What an Ad!
This actually brought tears to my eyes!
I like it!
Love the ad! Love the energy plan! Isn’t it going to take a Republican sweep and gutting the EPA to make it work though? Is there any way at this point in our history to get energy independence when our own government agencies seem to be committed to our destruction as a world power?
This is the best ad EVER!
Can anyone tell me if these ads are getting TV air time or are they just on the net? It seems Obama is dominating the TV ads, and I worry excellent ads like this are wasted on the net where it almost certainly won’t reach the right people.
but is it just preaching to the choir?
How effective are these youtube ads? This one has 2,300 views.
Is it going to be broadcast? If not, no matter how good it is, it could have little viewership, thus little impact.
IIRC, since the primaries were over, I have seen only 1 Romney ad on TV. I have seen several, almost one per day, Obama ads. Of course, the state where I live and the border state 1/4 mile west are both pretty solid GOP states.
It is impossible to determine whether the ads originate at the local TV station or the area Cable Company or the national network.
We who live on the Internet have all kinds of time to read FR and watch Youtube videos and seek and search.
Those in the real world are getting the kids to school or to after school events and grocery shopping and mowing their lawns and doing the things that real-world people do. They don’t take time to verify political confirmations or denials. Many of them only get their news from the networks [and we Internet-nesters know how accurate the Media is].
The GOP candidates have always had a problem getting their message out, because the Media is so overtly biased against them.
Right now, Team Obama are pushing the $5 Trillion lie, even though Romney called Obama on that 3 times during the debate and several Obama people and fact checkers have admitted the number is wrong. The lie continues.
About 68 million watched the debate. From the after-polling, it changed some minds but not enough to cause a landslide. The next debates might be decisive, but, in all probability, Obama will come better prepared.
I posted it on my Facebook page so others can see it and share it on their pages.
I like the shot of him talking with the back of Obama’s head in the foreground.
I have a very long daily commute to work during which I listen to radio the entire time. I live in a battleground state. I hear probably 20-1 ratio of Obama ads to Romney ads. I guess I’ve always assumed the Romney campaign had a grand plan to blanket the airwaves closer to the election or something. I hope so anyway.
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