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Friday, December 28, 2007
posted by jason | 9:45 PM | permalink



Fast forward to 2008. Romney runs a contrast ad, with no hyperbole and nothing untrue, delineating the solid differences between himself and McCain. McCain responds with a personal attack ad calling Romney a phony. No substance on the issues, no answer to any of Romney's points, just a personal attack at the man who has led his entire life with honor, conviction and integrity. It's actually beginning to look like McCain is more concerned with personal attacks and labels than talking substance with the voters.

McCain implied in 2000 that attack ads are signs of desperation. Judging his latest commercials with his logic, one could conclude McCain is equally, if not more, desperate. His numbers are still behind Romney despite the MSM working for him and his all-or-nothing New Hampshire gamble. Also, let's not forget that this is certainly his last stand. Should he loose the nomination in 2008, I doubt he will have another chance to run again. Actually, I wouldn't be surprised if he retired from the Senate shortly thereafter.

McCain is a war hero, but really needs to think through the logic he is using to justify his campaign tactics.
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3 Comments:


Someone better call the "fact police" on Michael Medved. He's ripping on Romney for "negative ads" that are "smears" with half truths. I like Medved generally, but Justin or you need to be a "caller" to hose him on his -anyone by Romney- agenda he's pushing. This ad is icing on an already hilarious Friday show...



The only explanation for Huck and McCain's rise is that it's been completely media driven.People are voting for imagery over substance.You would have a really tough time finding anyone that knows their positions on anything except Huck's fair tax proposal.The problem these guys have is the hardcore base has seen and heard enough about them to reject them. McCain gets a lot of sympathy votes because of his time in Vietnam but that doesn't give him the ability to run the country. You never know when he would pull a jack in the box maverick streak out on you and jab the conservative movement in the back. If you could imagine a debate between him and Clinton there wouldn't be that many differences.I can hear them both saying "comprehensive reform" on immigration. I want someone to draw a sharp contrast between the parties.



Could someone ask the Mitt campaign if they can use McCain's "endorsement" of Romney (on video, here somewhere) when Romney ran for governor where he (McCain)said that Romney is an honest man, and with integrity, in a counter ad of their own?




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