Skip to comments.$5 Trillion - Romney's new ad about Obama's distortions and fiction
Posted on 10/07/2012 2:15:32 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
Mitt Romney, Apopka, Fla - Oct 6, 2012 Source
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
I would have made the point that he’s stuck on $5T because that’s about the amount he’s increased the debt in just 4 years.
I don't care what anybody says, I'm hitting the Like button on that one.
Holy crap! Is this really Romney at a campaign stop in Florida?! This pisses me off... I had heard that he and Ryan were speaking before huge crowds, but until this picture and a couple of other recent postings on FR, I had no idea how large those crowds actually were.
Absolutely unbelievable how vile and corrupt the socialist-loving media scum are in this country... treasonous.
And yet Conservatives support them, and tune in their minds to their liberal indoctrination devices four hours a day...
Thanks for both of those links... sending them to my mom, who is very depressed from swallowing all the network tripe that Obama is a shoo-in.
Who writes these adds? They are getting paid too much whatever it is.
1. Most of the audience most likely don’t even know what $5T it is talking about. Whatever it refers to was days ago and in the debate and a lot of people didn’t even watch it.
2. It does show that BO will raise taxes by $4K for an average family
3. It does not say what Romney will do
Not a very good add.
That’s a lot of people. They’re blocking the horizon.
I see chairs are provided so there’s no need for paralegals if fainting should occur. That’s good.
Well, from the looks of their revenue and dwindling subcription, reader, and viewer numbers, that support is going the way of the Dodo bird. Unfortunately seniors, who vote more consistently than any other voting block, still utilize the corrupt media as a source of misinformation, however, even they have begun to move on to other more reliable sources for their news.
If the jug-eared socialist a$$ clown wins another term, you can be assured that a bailout of these dying socialist-supporting rags will be receiving bailout money to save them; the empty suit will claim it is to save jobs, but the actual reason will be to preserve the Demonic Party’s ability to deliver their lies, propoganda, and denegration of traditional American values. Bank on it...
“Mitt Romney thrills throngs of admirers in Apopka”
“.......The citizens at Apopka Amphitheater were also both ready and willing to endure some difficult conditions, and lucky they weren’t worse.
The Romney campaign said it took in RSVPs from 14,000 to 15,000 people to the event, though it did not know how many actually came. Apopka Chief Administrative Officer Richard Anderson said earlier the amphitheater had a capacity of about 10,000. The place was overflowing, and most of the last few thousand people, at least, who arrived had to fight through crawling traffic. Many people abandoned their cars along the roads’ grassy shoulders and walked a mile or more to get to the park.
But these people were happy to be there together, and having watched Romney’s debate performance last week, they were feeling like winners. They thundered a welcome when Romney and his wife, Ann, took stage, then cheered and roared repeatedly through his 23-minute speech.
They and Romney caught a major break when vicious evening thunderstorms rolled over menacingly but passed Apopka by, leaving just a few sprinkled drops.”....
I am well aware of the audience who watched the debates. This is a portion of the voting population. Whomever this add is aimed toward will probably not understand it. They will only hear the $4K BO tax. Maybe that is enough.
Re: The Dinner Table.
A lot of times, quiet ads are the most effective because viewers are so conditioned to being blasted with noise during the commercial breaks that the quiet makes them pay attention. However, I thinks there’s entirely too much food on their plates. If they’re unemployed, a little more austerity would bring home the point.
I don’t see that photo at either the link you provided or at the website to which it was linked. Can you clarify?
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