It’s almost time for the Iowa caucuses, and the New Hampshire primary just one week after that. And that means the airwaves are now totally saturated with campaign ads in those media markets.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is trying to continue his positive campaign, and his superPAC is helping him out with a new ad profiling his leadership and conservative views.
Former Governor of Utah Jon Huntsman takes the same approach in in New Hampshire, where ad ad by his superPAC seeks to show that political pundits and leaders alike declare him a “conservative hero.”
Meanwhile, former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney’s superPAC takes a different approach, attacking Gingrich by linking him with President Barack Obama and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and saying that he has supported pro-choice legislation and is too close to Fannie and Freddie.
Texas Governor Rick Perry takes on both Romney and Gingrich in his own commercial, calling Romney “Wall Street,” Gingrich “K Street,” and himself “Main Street.”
Totally confused with all the different messages at this point? Well, don’t worry. Congressman Ron Paul says you can trust him. After all, he is “The One.”
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