Here’s another good ad. It’s an obvious poke at the “inevitability” claim made by many about Governor Romney’s candidacy. I won’t go into the many other problems with Mitt Romney but it’s fair to say that this ad at least touches on one of them, and does so in a lighthearted, yet cute fashion.
Hank has never released his birth certificate, his tax returns, and has never responded to allegations of catnip use. He says he’s gone to the vet, but there is no record of him serving in any military branch. Would Hank force females to undergo an ultrasound before being spayed? And should a Maine Coon really be running for Senate in Virginia?
I’m not entirely sure whether to call this silly or brilliant. Media strategies company Pass Code Creative released this ad which makes a tongue-in-cheek response to Governor Mitt Romney’s “biggest hoax since Bigfoot” comment in a recent debate.
I always keep an eye out for funny, creative or unique political ads. Here’s one put out by Roger Williams, who is running for Congress in Texas’ 33rd Congressional District. You can learn more about Mr. Williams at RogerForCongress.com.
Well, American Crossroads released another great ad today. Although, I must admit that I still think that Democrats Anonymous is my favorite, the new ad, titled “Great”, compares some of President Obama’s own words to his record to see if they match up. As usually seems to be the case, there is a stark contrast between the claims coming out of the White House and reality. As I understand it, this is the first in a series of ads intended […]