September 4, 2012, - 9:08 am

Best Anti-Obama Ad I’ve Seen – VIDEO of a Broken Record

By Debbie Schlussel

Absolutely terrific and spot on. This is what the Romney campaign should be running on TV. It kinda reminds me of then-Michigan liberal Democrat Governor Jennifer Granholm (a featured speaker at this week’s Democratic National Convention) telling us, “In five years, you’ll be blown away.” Obama in his own words, then and now – gee, we’ve heard that before.


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I wish they included the clip of Obama saying that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and comparing it to the administration’s stance today.

Z: Huh? They’d have to do that for both Bushes, Bill Clinton, and Mitt Romney. You clearly missed my post on how every single major party nominee for Prez has uttered that BS when campaigning and has each taken the same stance as Obama, once in office. I mean, can you please tell me when Bush moved the US Embassy to Jerusalem? If you think Romney will, I have some land to sell you in Syria. Wake up. DS

Zsuzsi on September 4, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    Debbie is right – don’t count on Mitt Happens to do the right thing. Its true this is what the American people and Congress want but for various different reasons no President is going to transfer the embassy there – not in my lifetime. Don’t confuse the Romney we all want with the Romney that we have. Its a nice dream to be sure but it will only remain a dream. Keep that in mind and you won’t face disappointment next year.

    NormanF on September 4, 2012 at 2:23 pm

    Please don’t put words in my mouth. I wasn’t referring to moving the embassy. I know no one is going to do that. Not even Mitt. But at least verbally recognize that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. Obama has changed his stance on that. His change in stance, the fact that he never visited Israel, shows his disdain for the Jewish state. Not saying Mitt would be great, but he’s got to be better than Obama.

    Zsuzsi on September 4, 2012 at 3:06 pm

Whoa, it is what the Romney campaign will use more and more as we get nearer to election. Obama, in his own words.

jake49 on September 4, 2012 at 1:59 pm

Debbie had some critical things to say about the GOP Convention last week and she was spot on.

But the Democrats veer so far to the Left in endorsing more spending, more taxes, gay marriage and abortion on demand that they help make the Republicans look centrist.

I think the country is going to agree because the American people don’t want that kind of hope and change. When offered the opportunities to embrace that vision, America has rejected it at the ballot box.

Its a reminder that while Mitt Happens is a liberal, he’s an old-fashioned FDR kind of liberal and his opponent is a true believer in the wisdom of central planning and in the belief the government is here to help.

Obama is making Romney look very attractive but I think it also has much do with the fact when you get to past a certain age you see people as giving you good advice. Debbie is right Mitt Happens has bad advisers.

But here’s the difference between him and Obama – Romney talks to people. Obama is always talking down to people like he’s the smartest guy in the room and while self-confidence can be attractive in a leader, arrogance in a sitting President is something no one likes and this leads me to make a prediction.

If Obama should lose what seems to be a sure bet for re-election it won’t be because Mitt Happens defeated him, its because Obama defeated himself. That may yet happen this week in Charlotte, North Carolina – at the Democratic Convention.

NormanF on September 4, 2012 at 2:16 pm

Surprising that the RNC will go even THIS far. It’s still like 1/20th of the treatment that Team Romney gave to Santorum/Gingrich/Perry a few months ago. And I wouldn’t be surprised at ALL to hear that Romney BEGGED them not to run the ad.

It’s generally a mistake for Obama’s opponents to run footage of him bloviating. Sure, he’s full of crap, but he sounds confident every time one of those steamers plops out of his yapper. And that’s usually what sinks in for most viewers – sadly.

Statusmonkey on September 4, 2012 at 2:20 pm

People would rather get a check from the government than work and create in America. They would rather take from the rich than earn their own money. Redistribution of wealth is mow preferred over horatio Alger ideals. R.I.P. USA. Your own people have destroyed your beauty.

Jonathan e. Grant on September 4, 2012 at 2:26 pm


    Government can give people a measure of security. But it can’t guarantee them against stupidity, accidents or death. No one will ever eliminate the shortcomings of human nature.

    Americans prefer freedom to security. We know we’re destined for more as the greatest nation on earth. The bottom line – I don’t believe that we content to preside over our own decline.

    Maybe that works in Europe. Not here.

    NormanF on September 4, 2012 at 2:39 pm

Obama, speaking a few days ago, said Romney’s proposals were the sort of thing one would have seen years ago in the days of black and white television “with rabbit ears”. And here we have, in this very clever ad, Obama today spouting the same tired, mindless stuff he said (in black and white) during that long ago election of 2008.

That Obama is using the same message today should tell people that Obama has learned NOTHING in four years, that he’s the same man pursuing the same (failed) policies. Only this time he’ll have more “flexibility”. Heaven help us.

Raymond in DC on September 4, 2012 at 2:27 pm

Obama has talked to us the past four years like we’re idiots and we’re too stupid to get it and he knows what is what is best for us. He can’t shut up and listen and show humility.

A lot of people are going to be reminded what they don’t like about Obama. If he isn’t going to show a side of him people haven’t seen… well like Clint Eastwood reminded last week, there is that Empty Syndrome. We need a leader and we don’t have one and whoever is our President doesn’t get the job done, he needs to be fired. Obama has to tell us we’re all better off then we were four years ago.

In good times, a President can make the case he deserves to be re-elected. In this tough Obamoconomy, Obama has one job to do: to avoid being given a pink slip for being a failed leader in November. This isn’t the Convention he wanted to address as President. And with the party’s perennial losers and also-rans with him, its a reminder that misery is the company you keep!

NormanF on September 4, 2012 at 2:33 pm

I wasn’t referring to moving the embassy. I know no one is going to do that. Not even Mitt. But at least verbally recognize that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. Obama has changed his stance on that.

Zsuzsi on September 4, 2012 at 2:58 pm

Even with the lies, high crimes and misdemeanors of Barry and his sick administration, flying all over the place, as in this video, we will be told how wonderful he is by the media during the Democrat Convention.

The blue pill takers support Barry with the same stubbornness that Barry has to destroy this country.

Will ACORN have as much influence as it did in 2008?

Panhandle on September 4, 2012 at 4:24 pm

He’s so lame he can’t even come up with a new speech?

RT on September 4, 2012 at 4:51 pm

He is as stale as week old bread and his speech writers can only recycle his old speeches. That ad really encapsulates how intellectually stagnant the Obama Administartion is.

As for black and white televisions sets and rabbit years, I will take the economy of the 1950’s and early 60’s over what Barack Obama is offering today. Mr. Obama intends to mock the past, but in fact it makes him look small by comparison.

Worry01 on September 4, 2012 at 5:06 pm

WASHINGTON – The presidential elections’ platform presented to the Democratic Party’s convention in North Carolina Thursday was missing a key reference – the United States’ commitment to Jerusalem’s status as Israel’s capital.

Back in 2008, the platform included the following: “All understand that it is unrealistic to expect the outcome of final status negotiations (between Israel and the Palestinians) to be a full and complete return to the armistice lines of 1949.

“Jerusalem is and will remain the capital of Israel. The parties have agreed that Jerusalem is a matter for final status negotiations. It should remain an undivided city accessible to people of all faiths.”

Read the rest of the article here:,7340,L-4277251,00.html

Zsuzsi on September 4, 2012 at 5:34 pm

What a clown! Let’s pay him to leave the country and never come back after his term is over.

David on September 4, 2012 at 10:05 pm

It is like a remake of a movie that was not so hot the first time. The amazing thing is that Mr. Obama’s campaign is not even attempting to offer anything new. I believe that he knows that some very ugly things are going to happen in his second term and that he will have to take actions that will be wildly unpopular.

Worry01 on September 5, 2012 at 2:17 am

If Obama wasn’t so pathetic he’d be hysterically funny. Thanks Debbie

Naomi R on September 5, 2012 at 10:03 pm

The majority of the comments are intelligent
so that means Obama loses!!!

Last word on September 6, 2012 at 4:20 pm

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