Theodore's World: Excellent GOP Ad ~ " Do You Feel Safer?"

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May 01, 2009

Excellent GOP Ad ~ " Do You Feel Safer?"

John Boehner thinks the road back for the GOP begins with the issue of national security. And they are coming out swinging.

Here is Boehner explaining that Obama's policy for dealing with terrorism is literally unknown and that a lack of a coherent strategy, leaves the United States wide open for attack.

The ad helpfully reminds the public how chummy Obama is with Totalitarian thugs like Chavez and how he bows and scrapes to foreign leaders, while at the same time dismantling our ability to interrogate and detain the people who would kill us all.

Ads like this are great for two reasons. First, they are accurate. Making "friends" with your countries enemies and hoping we can all just get along, is a recipe for a knife in the back. Normal people will recognize that risk when they see it. Second, these ads remind people that George W. Bush kept kept the country safe for 7 years without so much as a trash can blowing up at a mall. This sets the bar at maximum height for Obama. He has to pitch a no-hitter. One terrorist strike, of any kind, and the GOP can say, "See, we told you this guy can't be trusted."

Posted by Wild Thing at May 1, 2009 06:44 AM


Well I don't feel any safer. Now we are going to loose prisoners from Gitmo to the States. I say move them right next to the White House and let thme play with the Obama girls. Then we will see how tolerant this bastard is.

Posted by: Mark at May 1, 2009 11:57 AM

I don't feel safer in any aspect, nationally or internationally, worse yet I feel the D enemy is amongst us waiting for the word from Hobama to strike the conservative opposition. Put those butchering bastards inside the White House and let Michelle babysit them and the kids.

Posted by: Jack at May 1, 2009 02:03 PM

Mark, not feeling safer here either. I am
glad though they made the ad. For how weak
our side has been if it takes an ad to get
them started then ok, but they better do
more then just an ad.

Posted by: Wild Thing at May 1, 2009 07:54 PM

Jack, yes I know what you mean.
Good idea!

Posted by: Wild Thing at May 1, 2009 07:56 PM