Monday, December 5, 2011

Ron Paul - The Big Dog Runs The Best Ads

Who in the world is creating these ads for Ron Paul? Whoever is creating them is doing an amazing job.  The ads that the Ron Paul campaign has put out absolutely blow away the ads that the other campaigns have come up with.  For example, have you seen the new "Big Dog" ad that the Ron Paul Campaign just put out?  It is one of the sharpest campaign ads that I have ever seen.  Now if they can just come up with some "End the Fed" television ads I will be really impressed.

Unfortunately, it is not just about who can run the best ads. Ron Paul also needs to do a better job of communicating his core message to the American people.  He has been a little shy with his message of ending the Federal Reserve, but he shouldn't be.  In times like these, people respect a bold message.

But I must admit that these recent television ads from the Ron Paul campaign are really amazing.  Posted below is the new "Big Dog" ad....

This next ad is entitled "Newt Gingrich: Serial Hypocrisy" and it was also recently put out by the Gingrich campaign....

Ron Paul is up to second place in Iowa, and as he has risen in the polls the attacks have become even more intense.

Just check out what Donald Trump said about Ron Paul the other day.   The following comes from a recent Politico article....

"As I said in the past and will reiterate again, Ron Paul has a zero chance of winning either the nomination or the presidency," Trump said in a statement in response to Paul, adding, "my poll numbers were substantially higher than any of his poll numbers, at any time."

"Few people take Ron Paul seriously and many of his views and presentation make him a clown-like candidate," he said. "I am glad he and Jon Huntsman, who has inconsequential poll numbers or a chance of winning, will not be attending the debate and wasting the time of the viewers who are trying very hard to make a very important decision."

Needless to say, it looks like this is going to be a very heated campaign season.

So does Ron Paul have a chance at winning the Republican nomination?

Only time will tell!

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