Crossroads GPS Promotes Obamacare to Young People
Crossroads GPS, a 501(c)(4) spinoff of Karl Rove’s American Crossroads, surrendered to the Obama administration and agreed to create a video to promote Obamacare among young people:
“Obamacare: If Hollywood celebrities can afford us, why can’t you?”
Everybody loves the idea of the self-sufficient farmer — hardy, independent, working his own land to produce what he needs on his own terms. It is a romantic vision, unless you have the experience of having lived that way: In the …
Middle Cheese: Everybody’s Ending the Campaign in Blue States
Middle Cheese’s Friday update, after checking in with the Romney Big Cheeses:
Romney makes his closing arguments today at events in Wisconsin and Ohio.
His main messages:
1) Obama has been a disappointment because he has failed to fulfill his …
Middle Cheese: Obama Scaling Back in North Carolina, but Not Florida Yet
Middle Cheese checks in with a short update, pouring some cold water on the talk that the Obama campaign is triaging states already: “Team Romney says they have seen evidence that the Obama campaign is scaling back in North Carolina. …
Middle Cheese: Romney Aiming for Purple State Swing Voters Now
Credit my formerly mid-level, increasingly higher-level GOP source Middle Cheese; he’s willing to admit when a prediction doesn’t pan out:
Wow, was I wrong about last night’s debate. I was absolutely certain that Obama would mercilessly attack …
‘He Promised Change… But Things Changed For the Worse.’
Expect to see a lot of this ad from Crossroads GPS, which echoes the themes in focus groups of disappointed Obama voters from 2008:
Lack of entry-level jobs, older workers unable to retire, runaway national debt, health insurance more expensive… it …
Could You-Know-Who Be Considering a Comeback?
From the first Morning Jolt of the week:
Guess Who’s Getting Ready to Run for Mayor of New York City?
The Anthony Weiner comeback story… is beginning.
The Atlantic looks at his recent filing with New York City election …
Middle Cheese: The State of the Race, with 48 Hours to Go
Middle Cheese checks in, having talked to some of the Big Cheeses over at the Romney campaign:
Here’s where Team Romney’s take on the state of the race with 48 hours to go:
FL — Obama has a 60 percent …
Middle Cheese: Romney’s Down 2 in Wisconsin, Could Finish Up 2
After Middle Cheese’s last update of the outlook in key swing states, a lot of readers noticed Wisconsin wasn’t mentioned. My source, formerly of the Bush-Cheney 2004 campaign and now talking regularly to the Romney big cheeses, wanted to …
Middle Cheese: Keep an Eye on Swing-State Latinos
Middle Cheese writes in on a topic he’s been examining a while, how Obama and Romney stack up on the Latino vote.
Conventional wisdom holds that Mitt Romney is faring so badly with Hispanic voters that he cannot possibly …
Middle Cheese: Team Romney Expects 90 Minutes of Attacks from Obama
Middle Cheese, my mid-level campaign source from the 2004 Bush-Cheney campaign who talks regularly with the movers and shakers on the Romney campaign, sends along his pre-debate thoughts.
President Barack Obama should win tonight’s debate, hands down, no contest. Obama …
The Crossroads GPS Ad That Swing States Will See a Lot
If you live in a swing state, expect to see a lot of this ad in the coming month, as Crossroads GPS is going to spend $25 million to air it in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, …