This is the ad Romney-Ryan is running in Philly.
Yes. In Philly.
I bet this ad is aimed more at undecideds and independents in the suburbs. The Philly suburbs, I heard, have already been breaking for Romney. Seeing this could be the difference for some between a hold-your-nose vote for Obama, and staying home; for others it could be the difference between staying home and voting Romney.
How much does this resonate with Philly voters? Isn’t the coal industry in PA mainly in the west half of the state?
Is the Romney GOTV ground game THIS good, that they can get an accurate breakdown of the Philly suburbs? If so, they’ll win Pennsylvania. Period.
No disrespect, but Energy independence is bunk. A politician’s lie, a unicorn.
Even if I were to grant you that, going in the direction of energy independence is surely better than anything from President Ciward, er, Obama, no?
Going in the direction of better than?
Yes, sure. Better than because going ‘in the direction of EI’ would be more honest about what our goals are:
more. for us.
and lower prices.
and stable prices.
Better than ‘necessarily skyrocket’ and Wind! and Sun! (subsidies!) and expecting a social reward for bicycle riding AND a tax credit for a new car and so on.
Good ad, but the Romney phrase “I like coal,” indicates that the office of President has grown way too powerful and too embedded. The fact that industries rise or fall based on the direction the POTUS points his thumb should disturb us all.
Philly TV stations serve a lot of area beyond the suburbs more than just the suburbs. This will also play well with old-style Dems in my neck of the woods.
Whoops, posted too fast because trick-or-treaters were at the door.
Screw energy independence (aka energy neutrality, since the global market will always exist). Net energy exporter by 2020!!
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