RNC Ads-- So Desperate and Sleazy, They're Helping the Democrats
by Rob Kall
Republicans have overdosed on their own koolaid. Across the USA, the RNC is running ads that are filled with desperate, despicable lies, race baiting and false accusations. But they are so out of touch and so transparently bogus, I think they're actually hurting the Republican candidates.
DESPERATE!! Pulling out their hair, screaming, stripped to their underwear, running around like a chicken without a head wild, crazy desperate. That's how these spineless, gutless, characterless, no integrity sleazoids are handling the collapse of the facade of values, protection, conservatism and fiscal responsibility they've constructed.
The numbers of Americans who are stupid enough or totally blinded by the right wing propaganda koolaid keep dropping.
It's almost funny to watch these low-life, no class ads-- some deep voiced old man comes on in the background, along with ominous music, and then the no-solution, unable to change Republican leaders churn out the same out lame, extremely tired talking points on Democrats and taxes, Democrats and cut and run, Democrats weak on terror.
But now, people know. It's almost like the Republicans don't realize that when they run these ads, they are showing how out of touch they are. They are showing that they think these dumb ads will reach the dumb people they think are still ignorant about what is really going on. But things have changed. A lot of the people the Republicans duped in past elections have wised up.
When they see these ads, they know. They know that the Republicans are not offering solutions, not offering new ideas-- they are just, on a frighteningly automatic level, saying the same thing they've been saying for years. Only now, it is clear that they are not true and they don't work.
Some of the RNC people get it, that the old lies and slogans aren't working. So they are digging lower. How low can they go? They are digging to find out-- and discovering they can and WILL go even lower than they thought possible. It's the trickle down principle-- scum will trickle down to the lowest depths. >>>cont