Skip to comments.Kerry's Current Ads vs. Bush's Current Ads
Posted on 09/06/2004 1:14:19 PM PDT by hawaiian
Guys, I am sincerely worried about Bush's new ad strategy. He is only doing positive soft-soap ads, full of generalities and no specifics, rather than attacking Kerry. He's also not responding to any of Kerry's attacks. Kerry is being very specific, talking about the 17% increase in health-care costs, etc., which could be easily responded to. If Bush keeps this up, Kerry is going to climb right back into this thing, mark my words.
Bush will go hard at Kerry while at the same time being positive about his agenda. He's coming out after his convention with "PRO BUSH" commercials. This sells in the battleground states. He will attack Kerry...don't worry about that!
He's not his father!
So write the Bush campaign and offer your services as a consultant.
Bush isn't laying down...
This is labor day. Bush will be back on campaign trail shootin' bear with Zell Miller within the week.
Obviousl, clintoon and crew came up with the clever W is wrong stuff.......better then arguing the Vietnam issues with the Swifties......but he has not addressed his anti-war activities......this will still sink his ship.......keep the faith. I haven't seen the ads, but Bush promised to keep this about issues and no personal attacks....he keeps his word.
I saw a Bush ad onThe History Channel today. It hit Kerry hard for missing all the meetings on the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Kerry: "Wrong war, wrong place, wrong time"
Bush: That is a "flip flop". The war on terror is "right for America".
Bush wins today. He needs to win every day or F'n will creep back into the race. So far, we're off to a good start.
I'm certain that I saw the same one. It reviewed Kerry's sorry record on the Senate Intelligence Committee and it definately threw more of a bomb than a creampuff at him.
When it runs you let out the line a bit.
When you're ready, you set the hook and reel it it.
I agree...the President is just letting him have enough rope to hang himself. I mean...c'mon...if you deduct all the time Kerry hasn't been doing his job in the Senate he is still a Jr. Senator...so the Democrats have a Jr. Senator and a Freshman Senator on their ticket. Pres Bush will hit him with both guns soon.
Like that scene in "Tombstone" when Val Kilmer is walking out of the saloon..."I have two guns, one for each of ya."
clever?!? I nearly fell out of my chair laughing when I heard sKerry spouting this stuff.
Bush is letting Kerry "debate himself". Kerry has become so unhinged that he has reversed himself - AGAIN - on Iraq and has resumed his attacks on Bush's NG service, still complaining that Bush has attacked his service in Vietnam (easy enough to prove, Kerry, show us the video, play the audio or show the transcripts).
I think Bush will bide his time and strategically battle Kerry at the appropriate time. He has proven himself time again to be a master strategist and politician. Kerry simply doesn't know what he's up against.
I think you worry too much.
Everyone said the Prez, well, not everyone but many said the President should have hit back harder 9 months ago. Took that as a sign he wasn't going to fight back. Then they slam Kerry, Clinton, Hollywood, Press, DNC- everyone -at the RNC convention when it proved to more effective to do so. It shocked the Dems, they never believed the RNC would be that bold. Even "experts" from our own camp were in stunned belief they were so aggressive and we leapt to our feet in praise. They were "misunderestimated".
I maintain G.W. & Rove are still building to a climax for this election. This is their strategy. They want to be in a position of strength by election day, not losing steam towards the end.
The 17% increase in Medicare premiums for Part B (11$ per month)was not determined by the President. Long ago, the Congress and a President signed off on a law that permits the administrator of Medicare to increase premiums. I am not certain the President was even consulted. As far as I can determine not only does the administrator do this, but he or she must according to the law in order to keep some semblance of solvency for Medicare.
Yeah, but Kerry is too uppercrust to say "Dubya." He says, "Double-U." LOL.
OK, I smiled as well. Clever may not be a good word choice, but it is better then the midnight rally rambling last Thursday night.
I am not "worried".......this election is about which man is best suited to be a wartime president. kerry loses by default.......he lacks any qualifications at all by his own words and deeds........
Keep those Swift Boat ads coming.......