Or, in other words, reality versus fantasy. These two most recent ads perfectly illustrate why Mitt Romney is going to be the next president and why the Obama regime is in such chaos. Romney’s ad focuses on the economy and Obama’s monumentally flawed and arguably corrupt spending practices. Obama’s ad, on the other hand, is a strange, whiny little piece about Donald Trump, begging Romney to be more like John McCain. Oh, I’m sure Obama would absolutely prefer that considering last time I checked McCain lost. Not exactly an approach worth repeating. The economy versus a distraction. Romney pointing at how Obama is ruining our lives and Obama desperately hoping you’ll look elsewhere.

Hey Obama, we are looking elsewhere–at November 6th.

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  1. RuBegonia says:

    The difference in the production quality is stark in itself. The Obama ad does come from YouTube channel: BarackObamadotcom ~ officially linked to BarackObama.com ~ had to double check because it so amateur in every sense.

  2. Shifra says:

    *That’s* a Team Obama ad????? I thought it was an ad for next season of Celebrity Apprentice!

    Whoever put that piece o’ crap thing together should be reported to Attack Watch. Pronto ! :)

  3. _CarrieP says:

    Totally off topic, but…

    Tammy, wanted to say thank you very much for the tweet yesterday about the article regarding the dangerous dog treats!!!

    For YEARS I’ve purchased the Waggin’ Train brand Chicken Jerkey Tenders. Of course I buy these treats because our 9-yr old Shih Tzu (named Daisy May) loves them…and she’s spoiled, but I also buy them because I can get them at Costco in a huge, 48 oz. sized bag for a fantastic price compared to what I’d pay at the local pet or grocery store for the same amount of treats.

    About 3 weeks ago I purchased a brand new bag of treats from Costco and along with it came some ummmm, ‘potty issues’ shall we say. When it first happened the episodes would last over the course of 2 days, for several hours at a time, and with many, many trips outside. These episodes have happened twice during the past three weeks. Each time I was just hours away from calling our vet.

    But due to catching the article you tweeted yesterday I was able to realize it was these flippin’ Commie treats that’ve been causing all of our problems!

    BTW, the Waggin’ Train treat bag ‘brags’ about being an “American owned company” based in Anderson, SC – and here I’d thought I was doing something ‘good’ for buying an American made product. However, just above where it lists the company’s address it says “Manufactured For & Distributed By” and NOW see that it says “Made in China” on the package too which I hadn’t noticed before now. Very confusing to say the least!

    Anyway, thanks again for bringing this to my attention. You saved our family a lot of grief and potentially a ton of money in vet bills. Hmmm, I’m thinking that some of that saved $$ should find it’s way to the ‘donate’ button sometime soon ;)

  4. Maynard says:

    We all know that so much of the political rhetoric is fluff, but Romney’s ad cuts to the heart of what’s important. I wish more of the electorate could understand this: The coercive diversion of our industrial resources into those self-serving boondoggles is more than just a waste of taxpayer money; it’s actually a blueprint for the destruction of the American infrastructure. Our productive capacity is being forcibly reoriented to produce, not what the nation needs to consume, but worthless fluff. We will ultimately find ourselves without resources, without money, and with factories and equipment that have been shuttered because they can produce nothing that does anybody any good. That’s why we see, for example, the clean-up squad carrying out expensive Solyndra equipment and tossing it into the dumpster. All those special tools do nothing, but they sucked up resources that would have otherwise been turned to a productive industry. Watching our great nation be transformed by command into a dysfunctional economic cripple is enough to make me cry. And the people leading this suicidal charge have the audacity to accuse Mitt Romney of being a bad man for his work with Bain Capital. It’s insane.

  5. jnnoma8 says:

    Tammy, if you are truly heartened by this Romney add, all that I can say is that you have a lot more faith, in the people, than me. They were asked to choose, between fantasy and reality, four years ago, and failed, in a hideously historic manner. I do not believe that they have become anymore perceptive or any less myopic. We know longer have to pass literacy tests, to vote, and there is no fixing stupid.

    • Kimj7157 says:

      I think Obama had to happen. It was a big wake-up call. Unfortunately it took an Obama presidency to open eyes. Without Obama, there wouldn’t be a Tea Party movement. And that movement has changed everything.

      I am very heartened and hopeful. This November will be one to remember for all the right reasons.

  6. rfrancks says:

    Thanks Maynard, well said.
    I did notice the background music in the Dumb Bastards add was a little “cracker”

  7. Maynard says:

    Oh, yeah, in mentioning Solyndra, one more thing should be noted. The entire Solyndra debacle played out in, what was it?, something like 18 months. Obama and his science guy pump half a billion dollars of public money into the company; Obama goes down for photo ops and proclaims this sort of thing the future of America (which is probably true, but not quite the way Obama meant it); 18 months later the money is gone and the company is buried and the executives are pleading the Fifth Amendment. How is it even possible to transition from a glorious future and half a billion dollars of taxpayer money in your pocket to broke in that short a time frame? This defies all common sense. Obama owes us more of an explanation than “Oops, the Chinese did something.” I mean, if you gave half a billion dollars to Obama’s dog (I mean Bo, not the dog he ate), it probably couldn’t develop a great industry or anything, but he’d probably make that money last at least through Obama’s first term. You’ve got to work really really hard to make that much money disappear so quickly. How could Obama be so stupid and the people he trusted be so corrupt? This is a big deal. Why does the nation seem to be shrugging it off?

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