In response to Obama’s jubilation over another weak jobs report for September (only 114,000 new jobs – barely keeping up with population growth), Americans for Prosperity is out with this very powerful ad that reminds us about the extreme stress and pain being felt by the more than 12 million Americans unemployed in the Obama Economy.
Here is a powerful new “Americans for Prosperity” ad that features a Canadian Citizen telling her horror story about Government-run Health Care in Canada. She sought treatment in the United States because the wait time would have been too long to save her life if she had used the Canadian system. Shona Holmes tells Americans in the ad, “It’s time to get engaged” to stop ObamaCare before we have the same long waits for procedures faced by people in Canada. The ad pointedly says, “We must replace President Obama” to “protect America’s patient-centered care.”
Here is a new Americans for Prosperity ad featuring former Barack Obama voters saying they will not support him in 2012.
“The President has not earned re-election in 2012. . . “
A nice new ad from “Americans for Prosperity,” using the words of former President Ronald Reagan to drive home the truth that “freedom leads to prosperity.” The ad will reportedly run in movie theaters across the country.
Here is a new “Americans for Prosperity” ad reminding everyone that Barack Obama himself said in 2009 that if he did not have the U.S. Economy turned around in three years, he would be looking at a “one-term proposition.”
Obama actually promised to have the U.S. Deficit “cut in half” by the end of his first-term in office. Instead, it is half again larger! By his own words and standards, Barack Obama has failed, and is not due a second term in office.
“Americans for Prosperity – Virginia” urges women voters in Virginia to unite together and “win back the power of the purse.”
A new ad from “Americans for Prosperity,” that hits Obama for claiming ObamaCare is not a tax – which the Supreme Court upheld as a “tax.” The ad points out “we’re already struggling” economically. “How can we afford this tax?”