Campaign ads for people who should listen to them (but won’t)
Obama super PAC launches Bain offensive – “Whether the companies they came in and worked with made money or not, was irrelevant. Bain Capital always made money,” Wells says in the ad. “If we lost, they made money. If we survived, they made money. It’s as simple as that.” Wells warns: “He promised us the same things he’s promising the United States. And he’ll give you the same thing he gave us: nothing. He’ll take it all.” […] The key message point in the Priorities ad is the argument that Romney and Bain were making money through a rigged game, in which they’d be sure to turn a profit regardless of how their acquisitions fared.
And here’s a video reminder on what kind of people would never be swayed by such “information” or “reality” when it comes to voting for anyone but the Republican (even Romney) on any presidential ticket:
INTERVIEWER: So, something’s not working here.
TOOTHLESS GUY ON FOOD STAMPS: That’s right.
INTV: Voting Republican hasn’t worked for you.
TGOFS: But it could.
INTV: But it hasn’t.
TGOFS: It hasn’t but it could.
Take that Obama! Let the eagle soar!