Skip to comments.Powerful New Ad from Gingrich Super PAC
Posted on 10/26/2012 7:49:49 AM PDT by WWRD
This new ad by Newt's Super PAC is a very powerful reminder of the disaster that is Obama. I think it's well worth watching and circulating "liberally". It would be nice if it could be effectively distilled into a 30 second version for TV, but it would likely be difficult to maintain the impact.
The American Decline
More like creepy and uninspiring. Anti-Reagan. He’d never have put an ad like that up.
I don’t disagree with any of it, but it’s not going to win any Romney votes that he doesn’t already have, and could alienate the independent votes he does need.
Shared to my FB.
Thanks very much, NEWT GINGRICH!
I sent it out to my email list. Thanks Newt Gingrich!
Dem 'men' - for lack of a better word - don't want children with liberal skanks like Maureen Dowd, Fluke and chippie little Monicas... Dem 'men' want to play without pay.
It's why liberal women aren't having children. Their 'men' talk them into killing their babies so they aren't 'stuck' with a child or child support.
Dems have one issue - abortion. And they're letting everything else slide.
This is a good ad - the darkness is our future under Obama.
..brilliant, frightening—and true...
When I consulted for and wrote for this PAC, this is the campaign I told them to run for Newt from the get go. Ignore Romney, go after Obama, the media, the academics - everything wrong with the country.
When Newt did that, in SC, he won by a rout. Then they got Mitt obsessed.
Now, late October, they finally figure it out. Nice vid, but not relevant at this point.
I get garbage when I click on the site.
The links are working for me. Here is the raw link if you want to try to cut and paste:
I got dizzy just watching the first 30 seconds and turned it off. It had too many visuals flashing by too fast to make sense.
As with any ad it will resonate with some and not others. It’s my kind of ad. Makes me want to storm my polling place. Unfortunately, it’s not 11/6 yet and the administrators at the local elementary school might not appreciate my enthusiasm.
Suffers from the same problem as a long-winded speech - could have gotten the message across in half the time without causing a visual headache.