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RNC Ad Bashes Obama With his Own Words

The Republican National Committee has already scraped together a video using Obama’s “The private sector is doing fine” comment against him.

Not very artful or dramatic but, I suppose, effective enough. Have a look.

29 Responses to RNC Ad Bashes Obama With his Own Words

    • With all the stress of traveling cross country and having secret meetings with up and coming Hollyweird types, he’ll be going for the Tui na massage at the Chinese Embassy and ask for donations from the Chi-Coms.

  1. This is the kind of ads that the RNC needs to keep producing. Let them be the attack dog on how misguided Obama is when it come to understanding the economy, geo-political issues, domestic issues such as the healthcare mandate, abortion, women’s right and protections in the work place, and our energy policy (or lack thereof). They can hammer at Obama all the way through the conventions, and build a foundation for Romney to go on the attack in late summer and early fall, all the way to the election.

    This way Romney can focus on rebutting the O Team’s attacks on him, and shoot down all the specious claims that Romney is out of touch and nothing more than a corporate pirate.

    Then, with the ground work laid by the RNC, Romney can go on the attack against Obama’s record of failure and punch huge holes in any claims made by the WH. Romney appears to be above the fray until the convention, having taken the “high road” for months, and then he can come out swinging hard.

    It’s a lot like war. You don’t send ground troops in until you have devastated the enemy’s defenses with artillery and a heavy bombing campaign. Then you put boots on the ground to take out the last vestige of resistance.

  2. It looks like he’ll be taking Monday off or at least have a very light day unless something comes up, since that’s usually the case when the schedule says “meetings at the White House”. Tuesday is just more campaigning. Light schedule on Wednesday. Thursday brings yet more campaigning, with an “official” stop thrown in while in NYC. Another light schedule on Friday, with possible Washington DC fundraisers thrown in at the last minute.

    Schedule for the Week of June 11, 2012

    On Monday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

    On Tuesday, the President will travel to Baltimore, Maryland, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to attend campaign events. The President will return to Washington, DC in the evening.

    On Wednesday, the President will award Shimon Peres the Presidential Medal of Freedom at a dinner at the White House. The First Lady will also attend. An ardent advocate for Israel’s security and for peace, Shimon Peres was elected the ninth President of Israel in 2007. Through his life and work, he has strengthened the unbreakable bonds between Israel and the United States.

    On Thursday, the President will travel Cleveland, Ohio for a campaign event. The President will then travel to New York where he and the First Lady will visit the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s World Trade Center site, and receive a briefing on construction progress. The visit will be a preview of the One World Trade Center topping-off ceremony, which will symbolize the near-completion of the iconic building’s framework. The President and the First Lady will then attend campaign events in New York City, before returning to Washington, DC, later in the evening.

    On Friday, the President will hold a reception at the White House to observe LGBT Pride Month.

    • Monday translates to find others to blame for his bad week. But then
      stupid goes right back out to beg for money. The rest of of the week is
      like Groundhog Day while we aren’t fine he just goes about parties and
      not sitting at that desk at least pretending to work!

    • Obama needs to be locked up at Camp David for a week without his “advisors” and only House and Senate leaders and his Cabinet members and fix the economy stupid !

      While those who defend him as “always being on the job” , I’m sure not seeing that with results.

  3. I’m betting that George Soros would be proud of this girl in the video!

    The President, Barack Obama would also be very proud of this girl who does the ultimate “Re-Distribution of the Wealth” (of others). The President is doing the exact same thing with taxpayers money in the likes of Solyndra, A123 Systems, MF Global, Fisker and many more……..all gone bankrupt. Liberals seem to like this method of taking money, they support the President and his agenda. Robbing Girl Scouts for money because?????????????????????? Who does this sound like?

  4. The most effective ads the GOP creates use his own words. This, in my opinion, was a very effective ad. Just ask any out of work American worrying about how much longer they can survive this economy without selling their soul to the government.

    I really liked the “headwinds” ad they put out yesterday too. Noticed in one clip from the so-called press conference yesterday he used the term again. Guess recycling speeches is just one of the hazards of hogging the camera as much as the campaigner in chief does.

    • I agree about using BHO’s words in ads. The “headwinds” one was great, and yes, he did refer to (blame) headwinds yet again in his press conference yesterday. I can’t even listen to him anymore, so I just skimmed through the transcript. It was more blah, blah, blah, and three pre-arranged questions. I don’t recall ever seeing a presser with only three questions. The transcript notes that the entire conference lasted only 29 minutes.

      What’s funny is that yesterday morning, I saw Lynn Sweet’s tweet after the press conference was announced: Added to Obama Friday sked: 10:15 a.m. est statement on the economy and situation in Europe, which poses “headwinds to our recovery.” It looked like in announcing the press conference, the WH specifically stated that it was to discuss the “headwinds”n with regard to Europe.

      Then, Lynn tweeted noting that: After RNC video mocking Obama blaming headwinds for economy: WH says Obama speaking this a.m. on Europe posing “headwinds to our recovery”.

      In other words: Duh! Or maybe, WTF?! It looks like this campaign just can’t get anything right. Really, we shouldn’t be surprised coming from this mess of an administration.

      • Excellent point, Robin. The fraud in chief can add his “job” and those of his teenaged speech writers to the list of saved or created green jobs.

  5. How the winds have shifted! Jerk!!!

    October 2008
    “If you’ll stand with me, then I know that we can win Virginia and we can win this election and we can finally bring the change we need to Washington,” Obama told the estimated crowd of 35,000. “I feel like we got a righteous wind at our backs here.”


    • Yes, Michelle, so true.
      Let me be clear, what we need are the serfs to stop whining and complaining all the time. My calendar is full with golf and show biz buddies, and this distraction is beginning to annoy me.

  6. What’s disturbing about Obama’s parapraxis is that he believes that the economy is healthy when the government is growing. The private sector is not something that he’s actually worried about, yet ironically the private sector could provide him with the key that could open the door to four more years. Obama only wants the economy strong enough to get him reelected, and after that the boot would be back on the neck of the private sector.