Poor Baby

The new Mitt Romney Ad:

I’m no fan of Mitt Romney, but he may actually have an idea of what it would take to unseat Obama. The ad itself is pretty boiler plate stuff about how he’ll fix everything and repeal Romneycare Obamacare. What I enjoy is the media’s reaction to the ad.

“If we keep talking about the economy, we’re going to lose” is played from a recording of Barack Obama’s own words. Apparently, he was quoting a McCain aide when he spoke those words in 2008. First of all, that’s why you have to watch what you say. This reminds of a similar incident when Red Eye’s Greg Gutfeld pulled parts of Obama’s biography where he was quoting a sleazy friend.

Then there’s the fact that every quote preceding the one in question basically turned out to be a promise Obama failed to deliver. At least he’s telling the truth that the economy is a losing issue for him. Of course, there’s no way the media will fact check Obama in a Romney ad, so instead they and the White House went into overdrive outrage.

This is the key. It’s how Sarah Palin began to crack Obama. It’s how Netanyahu made Obama lose it about 10 seconds after the camera was off. You have to make him angry. You have to make him a joke. You have to treat him like a bad student. The media will follow. The DNC has produced 2 ads already to counter a line to whom most people who saw the Romney ad probably didn’t even pay attention. Someone’s pissed and they took time out of their schedule to whine about it.

Romney’s people are getting smart. They said it was taken out of context, but Obama took it out of context 3 years ago. Then they said that they’ll keep doing these ads just because it enrages the White House. Jay Carney even brought it up. I guess jobs was the number 2 priority in that press conference. If this keeps up, I might not have to hold my nose the whole time I vote for Romney.

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8 Responses to Poor Baby

  1. It was a riot to see everyone go batshit over the ad. Absolutely the ad took what Obama said out of context. But it’s exactly the same way what Obama said took McCain out of context. Beautiful irony. Loved it.

  2. Lulu says:

    Hit him where it hurts the most which is his big fat ego. This ad also sounds like they used a very good sound engineer to emphasis the whiny, yelling, singsong quality of Obama’s voice then brings out the deeper, modulated, resonating tones in Romney’s making him sound very adult and macho. I bet what set the WH off is Obama sounds like a wienie compared to Romney.

  3. guest says:

    So he gave them the soundbite and they used it. Good for them. Now he should know what not to do, 😉

    No, no, no it was not me who said it. But I hear you say it..

  4. votermom says:

    Did T-Paw’s ad people make this? He must be kicking himself constantly for quitting so early. 😆

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