Republicans have lost the past two presidential elections in part because they have allowed their opponents to define themselves – and to define the Republican nominee too. This ad out today from the Republican National Committee shows that the GOP has learned its lesson. With Hillary’s announcement expected Sunday, this relentlessly negative ad holds nothing back, seeking to undermine Clinton’s expected effort to revamp her image into
You are being hypnotized. Hypnotized by White House communications specialists into thinking the debate over the Affordable Care Act is finished. Of course, with the rationing just beginning, the employer mandate not even started yet, and costs and prices just starting to escalate, the conversation is just getting underway. But if your President Obama or a Democrat trying to get reelected, such conversation is bad for business.
RNC leaders voted unanimously today not to sanction 2016 Republican primary debates held by either CNN or NBC News unless the networks change plans to air biographies of Hillary Clinton. The ban extends to CNBC and MSNBC, as well as affiliated Spanish language stations, according to the Washington Post: The ban on CNN and NBC extends to their Spanish-language sibling networks, CNN en Espanol and
This is a pretty effective video released today by the Republican National Committee, demonstrating that Newark Mayor Cory Booker himself contradicted the Obama campaign’s denial that it had spoken with him to get him to revise his Meet the Press criticism of the Obama camp’s focus on Mitt Romney’s tenure at Bain. The ad gets at the issue of trust and honesty on the part of
The Republican National Committee is about to roll out a multi-day campaign charging that President Obama is bereft of achievements and rich in broken promises, and so the only thing he has left to run on is “hype and blame.” The effort looks like an extended full court press of the type the Obama campaign/White House has been making with respect to its own campaign