Tag Archives: Political Ads

Economic Lesson of the Future?


Scary music and a look at what China may be teaching their students in the future… this ad is a sobering view of the potential results of unchecked government deficit spending. Citizens Against Government Waste just launched this ad. While I remain an optimist, this ad is a sober reminder of what the big picture that we need to focus on is. It is about getting the Good Ship USA back in calm fiscal waters.

Conway vs. Paul – The Religious Ads


So much for separation of church and state…

McCain Blames Democrats For Bailout… or Not


Senator McCain, did the Straight Talk Express get a flat tire?

Here is an ad that you put out this week on the Bailout:

Then, here is what you said to ABC this week:

Which is it? Are you placing blame or not? –Glenn

Is the McCain Campaign Still Suspended?


Creative Commons by icki

Flickr: Creative Commons by icki

The real question is — was the McCain campaign ever suspended at all?  It seems not. Despite the canceling of his appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, there does not seem to be any change in the campaign. Ads are still running, Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin is still making appearances (except with the press) and the debate went on as scheduled. The campaign website is still collecting money and as of this morning has a video welcome from Gov. Palin.

What I’d really like to see is Senator McCain actually addressing this issue to say whether or not his campaign is considered suspended. For someone that is running against “politics as usual”, he is doing exactly what he is running against. He is saying one thing and doing another.

Senator McCain, your integrity is on the line… please address this now! — Glenn

Premature Pronunciation…


This screenshot is of an ad, released Friday morning, hours before the scheduled Presidential Debate. You know, the debate that McCain was, maybe wasn’t, not so sure but, probably was going to attend. The ad speaks for itself. Maybe McCain was right…why bother attending the debate if you can just prematurely declare victory — Jeff