Closing Web Ad for the Mitt Romney Campaign – “The Moment.”
Here is a new Romney ad that says “America needs a Leader.” Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are offering real leadership for a stronger America.
Here is an inspiring new Mitt Romney ad – “Bigger, Better America.” What a contrast to Barack Obama.
Here is a new Mitt Romney ad that uses Barack Obama’s statement yesterday urging his supporters to vote, saying “voting is the best revenge.” Romney mentioned that statement at his “Victory Rally” in West Chester, Ohio last night, and then said, “Instead, I ask the American people to vote for love of country.”
Here’s a new ad from Mitt Romney that is simple but powerful: “More than Just a Number.”
Strong ad for Romney in Iowa. The ad features the endorsement of the Des Moines Register and points out Romney has been endorsed now by all the major newspapers in Iowa.
Great new ad from Mitt Romney. The ad takes President Obama’s suggestion he might create a “Secretary of Business” position and says the country does not need another Government bureaucrat. The country needs a President who understands business and how to create jobs!
Here is a new Mitt Romney web ad that reaches out to Hispanic voters, featuring key Republican leaders like Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Susana Martinex and others.
Here is a new Mitt Romney ad showing the kind “Change” Barack Obama has brought to America when it comes to Energy Prices.
Here’s a strong new ad from Mitt Romney going after votes in Pennsylvania! Polls have tightened there, and this ad hammers Barack Obama’s War on Coal.
This is a GREAT web ad! A positive, optimistic message that has the feel of a winning campaign.
Here’s a great new Mitt Romney ad featuring one of his best moments from the final 2012 Presidential Debate. It focuses on Mitt Romney’s smackdown of President Obama for his Apology Tour upon taking office, a tour that he pointed out skipped over Israel.
Here is a powerful new Mitt Romney ad that goes after Barack Obama’s failed Foreign Policy, featuring Obama’s almost Messianic claim in 2008 he would stop the rise of the ocean levels and enable the planet to be “healed.” That rhetoric is juxtaposed with the reality of Obama’s weakness in the Middle East and towards Russia. Obama’s whispering assurances to the Russian President that he would have “more flexibility” after the election is also featured.
This just might be a preview of what Mitt Romney will hammer on in tonight’s Foreign Policy debate. It would be a great moment is Romney point-blank asked Obama what he intends to do with the “flexibility” of a second term that he does not want the American people to know about before the election?
Here’s a great new Mitt Romney ad that hammers Barack Obama for his failure to get things done to turn the u.S. Economy around. The ad closes with, “Some can’t live up to their promises. Others find a way.”
Since Barack Obama won’t tell anyone what he will do in a second term as President, a new Mitt Romney ad fills in the blanks on what will happen if Obama is re-elected.
Here’s a great new Mitt Romney ad that has Romney making the case the America needs leadership that can get things done on a bi-partisan basis. Obama has proven he cannot and will not do that. Romney has a proven track record of working across the aisle to get things done. Time’s Mark Halperin says this will be the theme of Romney’s “closing argument” over the last two weeks of the Campaign.
Notice the facial expressions from Obama as Romney gives this argument. Perfect for making the case Obama won’t do any better in a 2nd Term at working across the aisle.