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Friday, November 2, 2012

Whoa! Ferocious Anti-Communist ad by Romney campaign running in Latino markets

From Eric Dondero:

Just released two days ago. It doesn't get any better than this for libertarians. This is a stridently anti-communist ad linking Obama with Communists Hugo Chavez and even Che Guevara.
Who supports Barack Obama? Mariela Castro [Fidel Castro's niece] will vote for Obama... And those in support of Obama sent out an email with a photo of Che Guevara.
It's running in mostly Hispanic markets such as South Florida.

14 comments:

KN@PPSTER said...

Mariela Castro isn't Fidel Castro's daughter. She's Raul Castro's daughter.

And she probably won't be voting for Obama, since she lives in Havana.

Eric Dondero said...

Whatever. So, she's Fidel's niece. Big fuckin' deal. Point is she supports her fellow Marxist Barack Hussein Muhammed Obama.

Eric Dondero said...

BTW Knapp, Obama had a rally last night in Wisconsin with Bruce Springsteen. Barely 3,000 showed up. Today in Hilliard, Ohio 2,800.

This morning standing room only, thousands turned away, over 15,000 showed up for a Romney rally, and tonight in West Chester, Ohio and expected 25,000.

Who would you say has the momentum going into the home stretch?

Eric Dondero said...

Oh, and Paul Ryan will now be campaigning in MINNESOTA on Sunday, MITT IN PENNSYLVANIA ALL DAY SUNDAY.

The Right Guy said...

Well, she'll be supporting a communist until next tuesday.

KN@PPSTER said...

"Who would you say has the momentum going into the home stretch?"

Obama.

Eric Dondero said...

Care to elaborate? Why exactly would Obama have "momentum" when he's drawing 2,800 in Ohio?

Chuck said...
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Chuck said...

Eric, when will you realize that Knipper's only reason to post here is to engage in stupid word games?

KN@PPSTER said...

Eric,

I don't trust the mainstream media very much.

As a matter of fact, the only information source I trust _less_ than the mainstream media is you.

If you say X, then I can pretty much bank that you either "heard it somewhere" or just made it up.

Therefore, I generally go with the best data I can get rather than with "well, Eric Dondero says ..."

Chuck said...

But your "trust" is worth nothing.

You're a tire that chose to deflate itself for the sake of irony.

You're done, Tom.

Your word games are played out.

Eric Dondero said...

No Chuck. Correction: He's done in 72 hours. Even the liberal pollsters and pundits are now starting to admit a Romney win is inevitable. The early voting results out of Virginia, Iowa and Ohio, and Louisiana are looking horrible for Obama. Nevada's early voting looking slightly better for 'O' but Romney could still pull it out there.

But NV doesn't much matter. He wins big without it.

I suspect we won't see Tom Knapp around here after Tuesday. Not sure how he explains a massive Obama loss?

I do hope he mans up. Something tells me he won't.

Mr. Mcgranor said...

Pretty good... But i aint hip to pandering to a group that is utterly detrimental to the culture.

KN@PPSTER said...

If Obama loses, I will "explain" it by saying "you guys got it right and I got it wrong."

I can do that if necessary because I do not have the kind of passion invested in having Romney serve Obama's second term rather than Obama serving Bush's fourth that you guys do. This thing is just numbers to me, mostly.

If I have a preference at all, it is an extremely mild preference for Romney, for reasons exactly the opposite of those you guys have for liking him (I think he might be more of a dove, particularly with regard to Israel, than Obama has been).

As long as at least one house of Congress is of the opposite party from the president, I figure that's the best we can hope for (and I've predicted a one or two seat net gain for the Dems in the Senate, so that base is covered regardless of who wins the presidential election).

At this particular point, I'm fairly sure that Obama will pull it off with either 303 or 332 electoral votes: In addition to Nevada, Colorado, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania, I think he will also pick up Virginia and just maybe Florida.