Review

Looks like Mitt Romney’s latest ad to Virginians showed president Obama possibly threatening up to 130,000 defense cut jobs in the future while admitting he has slowed down job growth since hes been in office. Obama on the other hand pounded Romney on not releasing all his tax returns and his vague medicare plan. “The new AARP voter guide is out with facts you need on Medicare,” the ad begins. “Fact: Barack Obama will protect your guaranteed benefits and will not allow Medicare to become a voucher program. Fact: Mitt Romney would take away Medicare’s guaranteed benefit and instead give future retirees premium support or vouchers. … Nonpartisan analysts say it could raise seniors’ cost up to $6,400 a year.” “Mitt Romney — he won’t reveal what’s in his taxes,” the voice-over begins. “And he won’t tell you what he’d do to yours. To pay for huge new tax breaks for millionaires like him, Romney would have to raise taxes on the middle class.”

Mitt Romney’s Ad In Virginia

Obama’s Ads in Virginia

Who do you think put the message across better to Virginians? I think Obama hands down.



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Miker
I'v been interested in advertising ever since I was a little boy. What amazed me was how a simply phrase or a piece of art could influence a persons decision.