Marking President Barack Obama’s first year in office, the Republican National Committee Thursday released a new web video which makes no bones about the GOP’s attempts to tap into the anti-tax and anti-big government sentiments among Tea Partiers.
“His rhetoric promised ‘Change we can believe in,'” the voice-over said, “but his record delivered disappointment, change we didn’t expect.”
The ad enumerates those offenses observed as most egregious–the stimulus bill, cap and trade, and health care reform–by the Tea Party groups, but makes an assertion many in the conservative grassroots have not yet warmed to: That Republicans would have performed better than Democrats and delivered the change Obama only promised.
“This November the American people will tell the President that Republicans are ones that can enact the change we need.”
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES I mean, of course he would. Just now on CNN, Wolf Blitzer was interviewing Donald Trump, and asked the question we’ve all been thinking about John Kasich – is he in the running for Trump’s VP given that he’s been playing interference for Trump since New Hampshire? Trump seemed to say “yes.” Wolf Blitzer: CNN has just confirmed, John Kasich, | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES I’ve said this a million times and I’ll say it again: I don’t owe Donald Trump, the Republican party, or anyone else my vote. Every election cycle, they have to earn it. I never signed a loyalty oath or a contract to always vote for the Republican, and even if I did, such a contract would be void as | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Earlier today, John Kasich was obnoxiously reminding everyone on Twitter he was still in the race: Our Only Hope#MayThe4thBeWithYou#StarWarsDayhttps://t.co/Bi2qNGw2oM — John Kasich (@JohnKasich) May 4, 2016 But a few hours later, we hear this: Kasich press conference in Virginia has been canceled. Statement in Columbus at 5pm. — Phil Mattingly (@Phil_Mattingly) May 4, 2016 Looks like Kasich | Read More »