The RNC’s New ‘Daisy’ Ad

Committee uses Democrats’ own words, images to illustrate point on closure of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba detainee facility

Yesterday, the RNC released an advertisement touting the indecision among Democrats regarding the closure of the terrorist detainee facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Using the Democrats own words against themselves, all put in front of a backdrop made famous by Lyndon Johnson, the architect of the War on Poverty, was a very nice touch.

The stakes are indeed very, very high, and I don’t find it particularly comforting that the president seems to be intent on satisfying the far left, fighting dissent on both sides of the political aisle to do so, and leaving the safety and security of the United States hanging in the balance.

Then again, when even the vice president himself essentially confirms that this decision was indeed made without having any sort of planned alternative, what else can you expect?

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  1. Gail B says:

    “Then again, when even the vice president himself essentially confirms that this decision was indeed made without having any sort of planned alternative, what else can you expect?”

    I can’t remember who was doing the talking on the radio or TV, but I heard someone ask if anyone has noticed a distance between Obama and VP Joe Biden. “You don’t ever see them together anymore.”

    Then it came out! Biden can’t keep his mouth shut! Obama, it seems, is FURIOUS because Biden revealed the bunker at the VP residence at the Naval Observatory!

    Our country is in safe hands/unsafe hands/safe hands/unsafe hands/safe hands/unsafe hands/…..

  2. tm says:

    Good ad – hope more are coming?

    Here's a real gem from 1948 kind of makes more sense now. It's called Make Mine Freedom.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2adXMHxASpg&feature=channel_page

  3. Anonymous says:

    Actually, I think this ad was a huge mistake. The original ad run for Johnson only ran once. Then, it was pulled.

    The original ad is used as an example of fear-mongering and manipulation in universities everywhere. Very poor choice.

    sus

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