Bubbly Blondes in Low-Cut Tops for Mitch 2012!

The Left Coast Rebel sends word that Students for Daniels PAC will be running an ad on a Des Moines, Iowa affiliate during the Pro Bowl touting Mitch Daniels.

Yes, that would be Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels who hasn’t yet announced that he’s running for president and who seems somewhat hesitant in some interviews.

The ad:

It’s a cute concept for an ad, comparing Obama to a disappointing boyfriend, but… how many Iowans will be watching the Pro Bowl?

And I can see the soft-spoken Daniels cringing at a bubbly blond calling him “the new man in my life.”

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