NRSC Launches 2010 Campaign

by Sal on June 18, 2009

in Election 2010,Politics

The National Republican Senatorial Committee launched the 2010 campaign this week, with a new ad that focuses on American values vs. Liberal values.  While more of a feel-good ad for Republicans, it illustrates what is at stake in the elections; big vs. small government, and freedom vs. tyranny.  With the video ending with words of Ronald Reagan and people chanting “U-S-A!  U-S-A!” the ad is a feel good classic Republican ad showcasing real American values.  While much more needs to be done to highlight the different approaches of Republicans and Democrats, this ad is a decent opening salvo.

Now, if only the NRSC would stop endorsing moderates in primaries.

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Ryan June 18, 2009 at 8:45 pm

I simply have a hard time believing that the NRSC is going to stand behind the right candidates when push comes to shove. I’ve seen too many Pat Toomey’s get pushed aside and too many Lincoln Chafee’s getting endorsed to have any excitement about a national Republican effort, especially with so many RINOs in the Senate.

It’s a good ad for what it’s worth, but it doesn’t excite me either. Reagan’s cool, being in the party of Lincoln is also neat-o, but John McCain pretended to be a conservative last election without rooms full of Republicans laughing at him, or at least rolling their eyes. That’s got to change. I haven’t donated to the NRSC since 2002 and don’t (as of yet) plan to in 2010.


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