Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Mittens takes the gloves off on Obama's economy in his first attack video.

I'm impressed with Romney's first attack video going after Obama on Obama's comments that "there is always going to be bumps on the road to recovery".



Even though Romney's communications team clearly created this video. It's still impressive and targeted well. Maybe Mittens have a spine after all. Time will tell. T Pawl's video " A Time of Truth" is my favorite so far. T Pawl's first attack video played off Obama's theme about "winning the future".



T Pawl's communication's team should be given some sort of an award for this video. It hit on all the major problems of the economy not just unemployment like in Romney's video, but Mitten's video gives a personal touch by showing that people aren't just bumps or statistics. I believe both videos hit home runs in exposing the true state of Obama's "Hope & Change" economy.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe it's me, but I have seen people with a college degree who could not get work and try and apply for welfare to try and make ends meet.Most of them are turned down because they have a degree.

Welfare seems apply to those who don't have a degree, being a single parent, or a high school dropout.

Reminds me years ago of a cartoon where a bunch of college students are at their graduation ceremony. Instead of being handed out their diplomas, they being handed signs that read, "Will Work For Food".

Yes, life does have bumps in the road, but why does it have to affect those who worked hard and get nothing in return?

1:51 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "Maybe it's me, but I have seen people with a college degree who could not get work and try and apply for welfare to try and make ends meet.Most of them are turned down because they have a degree. "

It's ironic that the college students who supported Obama back in 2008 are having to move back home, because they are tens of thousands of dollars in school loan debt, and they don't have any prospects in finding employment to even pay it off.College Grads moving back home

New college grads are using their parents as a form of welfare or safety net. Welfare isn't necessarily a bad thing as long as it is warranted and it's used temporarily thus not abused.

anon "Reminds me years ago of a cartoon where a bunch of college students are at their graduation ceremony. Instead of being handed out their diplomas, they being handed signs that read, "Will Work For Food"."

I wouldn't be surprised to discover a certain percentage of homeless people are actually college grads. College grads are competing with high school kids for jobs a McDonald's and Walmart these days. It does suck that the ones who play by rules something come up on the short end of the stick. In the end however, it comes down to the individual and their ability to overcome the obstacles placed in their path. Like the old saying goes, when life hands you lemons, make lemon aid.

11:48 AM  
Blogger JD Curtis said...

I worked hard for Romney in '08, but I'm pulling for Cain in the primary this time.

If Mitt wins the nomination, I'll vote for him, of course. But I'm going to try to give someone thats more genuinely conservative a chance now while the field is still somewhat open.

9:40 PM  

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