Friday, April 1, 2011

Video: GOP's mock "Obama 2012" ad

The Hill: The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) posted a fake "Obama 2012" ad, ribbing the president for divisiveness, his energy policy, budget deficits, and engaging in the occasional extracurricular activity, like golfing, or filling out NCAA brackets on television.
"Four more years: America needs more changing," the spot says at the end, featuring a cartoon of Obama riding a unicorn over the rainbow.

Cute ad, but I think they can do a lot better. For example, where was all the bowing to world tyrants? Obama is expected to file his paperwork for the 2012 campaign next week.

Via: Memeorandum
Via: The Hill
Via: Lynn Sweet


bd said...

thanks for the post

to some (if not many) conservatives, the nrsc is itself a joke - "people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones"

this is the type of sophomoric politics that calls into question the competence and seriousness of the republican establishment - nrsc has no standing for being cute

Stogie said...

I disagree BD -- Satire is a powerful weapon. Saul Alinksy heartily recommended it in his book "Rules for Radicals." Maybe it's time to give the Dems a taste of their own medicine.

This person said...

I wonder about these ads. Are republicans the only ones watching these?

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