RNC ad takes on ABC’s glorified ObamaCare infomercial
The Republican National Committee has launched a new ad, entitled “Bipartisan,” that criticizes Obama’s plans to overhaul the system and ABC’s partisan involvement – turning the network’s airwaves over to President Obama to pitch his government-run health care: The ad may be a bit too subtle, but is one of the RNC’s better efforts.
CBS News on Infomercial: Pretty speech, Barry, but we can’t afford it.
(H/T: Instapundit) You get the feeling that Wyatt Andrews didn’t write the subtitle, because there’s no “may” about this one: [Reality Check: The Cost Of Obama’s Pledges](http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/10/29/eveningnews/realitycheck/main4557520.shtml?tag=topHome;topStories)Web Exclusive: If Victorious, Barack Obama May Find Fewer Resources Than He Needs For His Campaign Promises If he closes every loophole as promised, saves every dime from Iraq, raises taxes on the rich and trims the federal budget | Read More »
The pros weigh in on the informercial…
Via Glenn Reynolds, who – like a lot of people, shrugged and assumed that somebody else would be the Martha on this exercise: Two leading infomercial stars agree: Barack Obama’s half-hour self-promotion last night was a flop. “I don’t see enough smiling. Doom and gloom totally,” said Anthony Sullivan, one of the biggest names in infomercial history. [snip] He and AJ Khubani, who has produced | Read More »
Does Obama want to raise taxes on $250K, $200K or Biden’s $150K households?
I watched B.Obama’s infomercial tonight before the my glorious Fightin’ Phils won the World Series. Hallelujah! Outside of the urge to put on anything else for thirty minutes, I made some notes. BTW, can we have a law against voter’s personal struggle stories? I have a torn miniscus in my knee like the guy in the first “story.” I’m not asking for fundamental changes to | Read More »
McCain’s Response to Infomercial
Good morning, Last night, in Senator Obama’s infomercial, he made mention in his prepared remarks that “much of what’s wrong with America goes back much further than” the last eight years. To the American people, I say this is a very telling statement and is where these two campaigns radically differ. Senator Obama’s campaign seems more and more to be a campaign always looking backward | Read More »
Prayer Chain During Obama’s Infomercial
Sen. Obama’s 30-minute infomercial is tomorrow night (Wed. Oct. 29) at 8:00 Eastern. Is anybody interested in participating in a prayer chain during that half-hour? I believe we are fighting a spiritual battle in this election, and invite fellow believers to join with me. Millions of people will be watching and listening to Sen. Obama. Please join with me and pray that their eyes would | Read More »