Republicans have no sense of humor. That’s a false accusation, but perception is often reality in these matters. Hence, the Grand Old Party’s attempt at lightheartedness this Valentine’s Day. When you visit GOPValentine, you can choose from an array of online greeting cards with poorly constructed headlines, and send them to your friends and family. […]
The Obama for President campaign is putting up a ton of video on YouTube, establishing (and in some cases forming) a direct connection with voters by offering content that won’t be seen on TV. In stark contrast to the Obama team’s content marking prowess, stands this attack dog approach from Mitt Romney’s team, desperate for […]
As the season of electoral bitterness advances, there is one notable voice choosing to abstain. The voice of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Wow.
“If corporations are people, then Mitt Romney is Mitt the Ripper.” So says Colbert Super PAC, a political arm of Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert, a.k.a. the joke that’s isn’t a joke. The Colbert Report Get More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,Video Archive I love the language in this spot. “If you believe […]
Because it is the season to do so, we’ve been observing TV ads from the Republican candidates, but have yet to feature any of Newt Gingrich’s televised appeals in these pages. Here’s some of his latest offerings, all with a familiar theme. Gingrich also launched a new microsite recently, called Stop Romey’s Pious Baloney. Some […]
This radio spot from “consistent conservative” Rick Santorum helped the former Senator from Pennsylvania, go toe-to-toe with establishment candidate Mitt Romney yesterday in Iowa. From a media perspective, Santorum’s showing — he lost to Romney by just 8 votes — overshadows how well Ron Paul did in Iowa. Paul’s liberterian ideas had a lot of […]
The Iowa Caucus is tomorrow, and one would think that Iowa-born Michelle Bachmann–a Christian conservative–would do well. Whether her latest TV ad will help garner votes is another question. According to The New York Times, the ad is running on the local NBC station, WHO, 14 times over the next two days at a cost […]