RNC Ad Depicts Dismal 2017 If Obama Re-elected

Wednesday, 27 Jul 2011 04:16 PM

By Hiram Reisner

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The final ad in a Republican campaign against President Barack Obama projects viewers into the future, to Jan. 20, 2017, with its warning of what the country might face if Obama wins another term.

The ad, which depicts a young girl watching TV reports about persistent unemployment and increasing indebtedness to China as Obama leaves office, is the fourth commercial in the month-long “Change Direction” campaign of the Republican National Committee (RNC). It is airing in key battleground states: Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Ohio, and Iowa — all states he won in 2008. A Spanish radio ad also will air in Florida.

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“We know that President Obama has failed to lead our economy back to recovery, and people in Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Ohio, and Iowa are all well aware of his abysmal record,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.

“These are states Obama carried in 2008 that he must hold in 2012,” Priebus said. “The risk of continuing Barack Obama’s failed stewardship of our economy is too great. The American people know it’s time to change direction away from his out-of-control spending and high unemployment to get this economy on a path to prosperity.”


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