Archive for the ‘republican advertising strategy’ Category

republican advertising strategy

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

Read the rest of this entry »

So Obama wants to limit the amount of campaign contributions that Unions and corporations can give?

Posted on December 26th, 2011 by admin1

So exactly WHY are republicans blocking it? Stop blocking legislation to limit the amount of money corporations and unions can spend on campaign advertising, President Barack Obama is telling Republicans, saying their strategy is "politics at its worst." http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_obama http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/09/18/politics/main6879078.shtml You don’t have the whole story, typical. Part of the bill excludes transparency of contributions […]

Read the rest of this entry »

Is Obama right? Is 9/11 beyond partisan politics?

Posted on February 21st, 2011 by admin1

During the concluding segment of his interview with Senator Barack Obama, MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann focused on what he described as the Republican coopting of 9/11 "for political advantage." Olbermann was particularly incensed over the "9/11 Tribute Video" shown during the Republican convention, saying, "It was graphic and it used video that had long since been […]

Read the rest of this entry »

Will the Democrat media blitz be enough to save the Democrats from losing control of the House in 2010?

Posted on January 27th, 2011 by admin1

The Democrats’ strategy to preserve their House majority became clearer Thursday as the party made a $28 million investment in television advertising for the final weeks of the fall campaign, a plan meant to build a defensive firewall to protect freshmen and some vulnerable longtime incumbents. Several incumbent Democrats are bracing for something they have […]

Read the rest of this entry »

Do you really want the Republicans to pick up where they left off?

Posted on October 30th, 2010 by admin1

Has America forgotten how we almost went into a 2nd great Depression? Forgotten who the Repubs were really working for, Oil, Rx, Insurance Co.s Chemical Co.s? " The President’s popularity is on the rise!" This is great news, the sad thing is, These groups who claim not to be connected to any Republican. candidate have […]

Read the rest of this entry »

Is Obama right? Is 9/11 beyond partisan politics?

Posted on October 6th, 2010 by admin1

During the concluding segment of his interview with Senator Barack Obama, MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann focused on what he described as the Republican coopting of 9/11 "for political advantage." Olbermann was particularly incensed over the "9/11 Tribute Video" shown during the Republican convention, saying, "It was graphic and it used video that had long since been […]

Read the rest of this entry »

Is Obama Like MLK, JFK, FDR, Reagan and Jesus.?

Posted on June 2nd, 2010 by admin1

Well David Axelrod his vicious press agent places lots of stories saying he is. I don’t think so, it’s strategy at best. Has JFK’s Speech Writer, exploits Ted Kennedy Dynasty. MLK — Change The World Obama, at 47 talks about change, and spends all his professional life campaigning for higher offices, making promises he does […]

Read the rest of this entry »

Conservatives: Exactly what is your plan in Iraq?

Posted on April 27th, 2010 by admin1

Okay, I’m tired of hearing the Republican party accuse the Democrats of not having a plan in Iraq. I am perfectly aware that the Democrats do not really have a war plan. But what is the Republican party’s plan for Iraq? (Or for Afghanistan for that matter) (The only real possiblity in the Republican party […]

Read the rest of this entry »

What is your opinion on the political agenda behind mainstream media?

Posted on April 26th, 2010 by admin1

There is a big difference between the mainstream media and just the media. The mainstream media is controlled by a few large companies that own other companies like CNN, CBS, ABC, Fox, NBC, etc. These companies own a lot more than just that. They own the majority of newspapers, TV stations, radio stations, magazines, movies, […]

Read the rest of this entry »