No, sadly, I don’t have any new Ron Paul ads yet. But with early voting states starting their contests in less than three weeks, the ads are coming out fast and furious.
Newt Gingrich is continuing his “positive campaign” by reminding Iowa voters that other candidates aren’t doing the same in a new ad demanding solutions.
One of the candidates subtly being accused of attacks — Mitt Romney. But in Romney’s defense, it’s not him doing it, but his PAC. At least when it comes to television advertising, that is.
But Rick Perry isn’t one to be left out of the fray. He’s got a new Iowa ad out as well, and it attacks both front runners.
Meanwhile, Romney’s actual campaign has released a policy commercial focusing on the idea of not funding government programs at the expense of our children.
Finally, Rick Santorum’s superPAC has bought him some air time, too, and is showing a very…well…targeted “getting to know you” add meant to appeal to a very specific wing of the party.
With all of these ads running in Iowa at once, you have to wonder if they are seeing anything other than political commercials.
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