The Campaign Spot

Romney Introduces ‘A Few More of the 23 Million’

Mitt Romney’s campaign is unveiling a web video, “A Few More of the 23 Million,” spotlighting a few more individuals who are unemployed, under-employed, or struggling because of the economic decisions of the Obama administration.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=ETg6MONZalI

The ad spotlights non-union Delphi employees were given less favorable benefits than union employees during the auto bailout and GM restructuring. They hit Vice President Biden for his recent comment that non-union employees “did fine” under the deal; clearly, these employees don’t agree.

At the rate of spotlighting five struggling Americans in each video, Romney’s campaign only has material for roughly 4.6 million more web videos.

Most Popular

Law & the Courts

A Grand Bargain on the Supreme Court?

Following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a handful of writers proposed a grand bargain on the Supreme Court. The deal would look something like this: In the Senate, which Republicans control 53-47, at least four GOP senators would refuse to confirm a new Supreme Court justice before the election, ... Read More
Law & the Courts

A Grand Bargain on the Supreme Court?

Following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a handful of writers proposed a grand bargain on the Supreme Court. The deal would look something like this: In the Senate, which Republicans control 53-47, at least four GOP senators would refuse to confirm a new Supreme Court justice before the election, ... Read More
U.S.

Systemic Racism? Make Them Prove It.

I  worked in the criminal-justice system for a quarter century. It is run, day-to-day, by the crème de la crème of graduates from America’s top law schools. Those institutions wear their progressive bona fides on their sleeves and proclaim it for all the world to hear. In their offhand rhetoric — ... Read More
U.S.

Systemic Racism? Make Them Prove It.

I  worked in the criminal-justice system for a quarter century. It is run, day-to-day, by the crème de la crème of graduates from America’s top law schools. Those institutions wear their progressive bona fides on their sleeves and proclaim it for all the world to hear. In their offhand rhetoric — ... Read More