NRSC Going for the Jugular

by Sal on March 25, 2009

in Election 2010,Politics

A few weeks ago, Republicans were reluctant to criticize Barack Obama due to his “soaring popularity.”  The GOP plan was to attack Congress and the policies of the President, but not attack the President himself.  With Obama’s approval ratings coming back to earth, the GOP is now going for the jugular.  The National Republican Senatorial Committee, the body responsible for getting GOP Senators elected, released its first ad since the election yesterday.  The ad contrasts Obama’s campaign pledges with actual news reports and words since his inaugeration.  It is a good ad, one that will probably resonate with independents and the body of voters who voted for Obama thinking he would do what candidate Obama said he’d do — cut taxes, cut spending, and fix the economy.  As we all know now, Candiate Obama and President Obama are two completely different people, and this ad illustrates that well.

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Ron Russell March 25, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Some of the igorant masses are coming out from under the Obama-spell, more will come as his extreme liberalism is revealed. The mask is slowly being pulled off. Wrote a post today on Obama and liberals and why they love and adore him so much. Its a sad commentary on liberalism. They are searching for a Utopia that exist only in their minds—one that can never be found.


Moogie P March 25, 2009 at 2:47 pm

Pay-as-you-go budget. He must be “going” at light speed.

Don’t you wish we could have seen just 90 days into the future from election day? Maybe the scales would’ve fallen from the eyes of the mesmerized masses. But, then we’d just be stuck with McCain. There ain’t no easy solution here, but maybe, if pieces like this keep emerging, we can put a damper on his rush to European socialism.


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