” The video description refers users to a website for Hollywood Director Chris Corrado.
In the video, Obama can be seen promising to “fundamentally transform the United States of America” in the days before his election. It highlights his promises for fiscal responsibility and his pledge to cut the soaring national deficit in half by the end of his first term.
“This must stop,” the ad declares after illustrating the scope of the administration’s spending. “The money will run out. Like it has in Italy. Like it has in Greece. Like it has in Spain. Like it has in France.”
In the video, Obama can be heard making several more pledges to the American people, including:
- “My administration will not rest until every American can find a job.”
- “We will not rest until we are succeeding in generating the jobs that this economy needs.”
- “I will not rest until businesses are investing again and businesses are hiring again.”
- “I’m not gonna rest in our efforts to help people who are looking to find a job.”
- “We will not rest until we build an economy that’s ready for America’s future.”
Meanwhile, the ad flashes numerous shots of Obama enjoying life on the putting green – as he plays more than 100 rounds of golf in at least 10 weeks during his presidency “during the worst economy since the Depression.”
The video warns voters, “And that’s just jobs. Consider his record on energy, foreign policy, national security, health care, transparency, illegal immigration, cover-ups.”
For those citizens who believe the government doesn’t spend, regulate, tax and “take” enough, the video flashes the Obama campaign’s “Forward” slogan and encourages those individuals to move the U.S. “forward” to more debt, more food stamps, more regulation, a weaker dollar, a smaller workforce and a poorer people.
“For the rest of you, conservatism is calling,” the ad declares, quoting “Liberty and Tyranny” author Mark Levin and talk radio host Rush Limbaugh and displaying images of well-known “champions of conservatism” who are “all former liberals.”
Viewers are asked to vote for conservative candidates this election.
“Join us,” the video urges voters. “We have the winning argument.”