In this edition we look at a Romney ad and a DNC ad attacking Romney, a positive and a negative ad from the Huntsman campaign, two Labor ads, and Rick Perry has possibly the most dishonest ad I've ever seen. As always, your vote for the best (and worst) ad in the comments:
- Given that something like 2/3rds of the Republican Party seems to want to vote for anyone but him, Romney's ad focuses on the general election:
- Apparently the DNC agrees with Romney that he's the biggest threat in the general election which is why they're hitting back with this ad sure to damage him in the Rust Belt:
- Huntsman wants you to know that while he may be polling within the margin of error of zero, a bunch of people who haven't endorsed him have said things that sound pretty good about him out of context:
- And as I've started to come to expect, he also put out a pretty good attack ad against the entire Republican field:
- Unions are awesome and I like the Post Office, that is all:
- If you're a fan out of ads with quotes taken wildly out of context, you'll love this ad attacking Obama from the Governor of Texas:
What's the context for that 1.5 second clip of Obama you ask? "We've been a little bit lazy I think over the last couple of decades. We've kind of taken for granted that people will want to come here and we aren't out there trying to sell America and attract new businesses into America." Basically, President Obama thinks his predecessors have been lazy at telling the world how awesome America is. How's that for context?
Your votes and thoughts in the comments!