Weekly Standard -- A new television advertisement from the campaign of presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney attacks President Barack Obama's campaign for spreading lies and dishonest attacks. Watch the ad, titled "No Evidence," here:
The ad concludes: "But America expects more from a president. Obama’s dishonest campaign: Another reason America has lost confidence in Barack Obama." This ad will begin airing immediately, especially, sources tell me, in swing states like Ohio and Virginia.
It represents the strongest pushback by the Romney campaign of the Obama campaign's claim that Romney outsourced jobs while running Bain Capital.
Blog author's comments - Those who were paying attention before the 2008 election had an inkling of what they could expect from Barack Obama. The McCain campaign team was no help because they were afraid to challenge him; they feared they would be labeled racist. Most of the media bashed George W. Bush for almost two terms and Obama entered the presidential race at a most opportune time.
Most voters were not aware of Obama's background, radical mentors, lack of work experience, etc. The MSM stumbled all over their selves to promote the Obama presidency. For almost four years we have watched and listened to Obama show us he is a serial liar. Many voters whose only source of news comes from a liberal nightly news show are not aware of what the Obama administration is doing to the country.
Obama promised many things to the American people and when his plans failed he pointed his finger of blame everywhere except at himself. I have never believed Obama should be the president; so much of what he has done was not a huge surprise. But, if the majority of the voters do not back Mitt Romney in November, Obama may change America forever.
Western Center For Journalism -- So many of Obama’s voters were ignorant and uninformed about the man himself because they got all caught up in the hype and lofty rhetoric. But to make the same mistake again wouldn’t be just stupid; it would be, in the words of Constitutional lawyer, scholar and best-selling author Mark Levin, “national suicide.”