Remember Bain? Remember Deficit Reduction? New Presidential Campaign Ads [VIDEO]

Ready for a little economics rumble?  Two new views are going toe to toe, as the Obama campaign releases a two minute long ad hitting Romney’s work at Bain Capital as justification of being a president who could create jobs, while the RNC condemns President Barack Obama’s failure to reduce the deficit.

“Steel” tells the tale of a steel plant that Romney’s investment banking firm bought and dismantled, while “Empty Promises” reminds viewers that a promise to cut the deficit in half is still unfulfilled.

Watch both ads below.


 

http://dailycaller.com/2012/05/14/rnc-web-video-shows-obama-promising-failing-on-deficit-reduction-video/

Photo credit: Youtube Screen Capture.

17 comments

Charles P.
Charles P.4 years ago

Moneyr is a mean little prick, no matter how rich he is. He wouldn't shoulder arms for this country but he would gladly get a bunch of his sycophants to hold down a young man so that he could cut the kids hair. Then, when confronted with this act, remember he was 18, he giggles and guffaws and treis to say he doesn't recall it. I believe that the words, "I do not recal" are the refuge fo a liar and that is what I believe Willard is. He has been causght in one lie after the other and still he is the best the repugnants can do for a candidate because he is a vulture capitalist.

Troy G.
Troy Grant4 years ago

Until we get money out of politics, nothing will change

jo Howard
jo Howard4 years ago

All politicians are so full of crap, I don't know why we even waste so much time in listening to them. America's campaign process needs to change ... such a waste of time and money.

jo Howard
jo Howard4 years ago

All politicians are so full of crap, I don't know why we even waste so much time in listening to them. America's campaign process needs to change ... such a waste of time and money.

jo Howard
jo Howard4 years ago

All politicians are so full of crap, I don't know why we even waste so much time in listening to them. America's campaign process needs to change ... such a waste of time and money.

Steve R.
Steve R.4 years ago

All of it complete bull$#@%!

If you believe Obama is any better than Romney - just Google "how much of my tax money went to bail out 'too big to fail' corporations and failed green energy projects".

You could also Google "how many jobs have gone to China and Mexico since Obama became president".

Either way - when it comes to a choice between Romney and Obama - Americans just KNOW they have to try something different if the country is to survive, and not become another Greece!

I'd rather have Romney "cut and dice" than Obama continuing to increase the size of the federal government, and turn us into a socialist society where the government interferes in your life every day!

Been there - got the t-shirt! And if you don't know what I mean - take a look at South Africa where I came from!

Keevin Shultz
Keevin Shultz4 years ago

Are you kidding me? Half the people don't remember what w and cheney did to our economy.

Carlene V.
Carlene V.4 years ago

Bain Capital, dogs tied to the tops of the family car, holding down a gay teenager while you cut his hair off all show me that Wrongmey is really a disgusting individual. He lives in the clouds of his Mormon faith, cares not a wit for anyone, even though he'll tell you he does. Ask how much he cared for and tried to help any of those he laid off when Bain came in and took over a company, then fired everyone, sent their jobs overseas along with his money so as not to pay taxes in this country he says he loves so much. How can people believe him anyway? Really sad how dumbed down the Republican voter has become.

Luvenia V.
Luvenia V.4 years ago

Want to see how Romney earned a great deal of his money???


http://www.romneyeconomics.com/gst?action_code=FgxRWxYUOVIKQV0YB1cAWE4J&td=VVHbjtsgFPwV5KdWqlnAtyR-6UVWtVWzqrKWVr0JYZvEtBgsjLNKqv57D07a3T7OMAPDzK9IDkLpaBPp-SiNEq8XjFs7RK-isxrhJElWlAByslNOtp7PLhiA4bwRWlt_RXb0_Ki6aGNmrQEf5gCiz7s3VXXeZtoc--1DfhIn8oUUewqWyc6ulaCRA2WcEcpIRlM-tfxIJxYEc_NPMykv4UEn2p-2EYPgP6wysXez72MvxRA7CY6xt0b-jTB5C6n5Xmk5RZuv34FRBzOPfG_dwJd0OUvWYBvcguhKrrucrBdKXyjStKnIw92tkwIydOHDIWxMspimiJFNlmwS8qRQIxdd54IsxesU06zANEmfBPMkHRcHacJVW3tWWotvNykm6AVUPwqvGi1LtL2_rdAKkxI9KNPZxwnd1SjDtEQ15AX34inR-_ptgZMS4buqRu8-7hDFFKcJY88ohgnOSMGKZ1wCHEkzkuM8Xf3HZ5hREvy3Zm8_Cd9j9jLE78XoIfqlGSBCkUYM8toIzJegD7ALBIRdUA27oBjt7GDkCVWtNXZQ7RTatd2s5dV6WSX6_Qc

Romney Economics.

Toby Seiler
Toby S.4 years ago

Untill the monetary system is radically changed, they (all politicians) work for the 1%. The FED debt money system is failing the citizens and only Ron Paul has the guts to take on the issue.