GOP Video Demonstrates Emptiness of Obama’s Words

The RNC, Republican National Committee, on the YouTube channel, has come out with a very good ad.

What this does is it demonstrates the emptiness of Obama’s words and how they get recycled. And what we have here (I have to explain this to you) is every statement that you’re going to hear, you’ll hear twice. The first time you hear the statement is from 2008. The next time you hear the statement will be from 2012, but basically it compares Obama campaigning in 2008 to campaigning this year. We’ve got about 51 seconds. It goes a little longer than that.

“Same speeches. Same promises. Are you better off?”

That’s the graphic at the end of the ad: “Same speeches. Same promises. Are you better off?” It is remarkable. We’ve put together similar examples of Obama over the years and how elements of speeches are simply repeated, words almost verbatim. I don’t even know why he needs a teleprompter. He’s been saying the same exact thing for going on five years now, and yet he still needs the prompter.



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