Oopsy daisy. (via osocio.org)
Oopsy daisy. (via osocio.org)
Group tied to white nationalism enters immigration fray. Not what reform opponents needed after Heritage flap.
Who’s spending $880 Million on television for the presidential election.
“Do we see sometimes us going overboard in our campaign. Are there mistakes that are made, areas where there is no doubt somebody could dispute how we are presenting things? You know, that happens in politics.”
Campaigning on hold after national tragedy.
The two ads will air in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Iowa, Colorado, and Nevada. “Governor Mitt Romney did cut taxes — on millionaires like himself — but he raised taxes and fees on everyone else.”
Including when, exactly, he rode the ostrich. “I absolutely was kind of winging it a little.”
New ad buy follows $1.3 million campaign announced last week, and will air in North Carolina, Ohio, Iowa, and Virginia.
The campaign has pledged to spend $25 million on television ads this month in swing states: (OH, FL, IA, VA, CO, NV) Highlighting job growth, one ad asks: “Do we really want to reverse course now?”
The IFC show “Portlandia” is now even influencing the political conversation in Portland, Oregon. Mayoral candidate Eileen Brady has based a campaign ad off the show, complete with Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen look-alikes. (via splitsider.com)
Poor, victimized Mitt claims he was “outgunned” in South Carolina. But he outspent Gingrich 2-1 there, and 4-1 in Florida.
Controversial new ad highlights Paul’s commitment to end the wars. But why now? And why in Iowa, where his foreign policy views are out of step with Republicans?
This is his most convincing campaign ad yet. Nailed it.
Herman Cain released this campaign ad in August, back when nobody was paying attention to him. Which do you like better: this one or the slow smile?
ABC airs the Wright attack ad that McCain’s campaign never released. Steve Schimdt is sitting in a bunker somewhere yelling “If only!” Watch Video ›
Dole ad attacks opponent Kay Hagan as godless, and fabricates audio of opponent yelling “There Is No God”. Watch Video ›
Barack Obama aired this half-hour video on almost every major network tonight. Watch Video ›
Stephen Baldwin, the mailman from Cheers, and a handful of actors I’ve never heard of want Minnesotans to think twice about electing Al Franken to the senate. The concern seems to be that he is hurting their reputation. Huh? Watch Video ›
John McCain’s role in the Keating Five corruption scandal has finally entered the ‘08 election. Obama’s campaign has put together a web site and a documentary focusing on McCain’s role in the scandal, which was a part of the Savings and Loan Crisis of the ’80s and early ’90s in which Savings and Loan institutions lost billions of dollars after making risky investments and had to be bailed out by taxpayers — sounds eerily familiar, right? Read More ›
Ralph Nader takes another swing at viral video success by appearing with “The Obama Girl” and Jesse Ventura (!) in some kind of fake sitcom. I’m starting to think Nader is just trying really hard to get back on Saturday Night Live. Watch Video ›
A collection of McCain’s nastiest attack ads. When even Karl Rove is calling out your ads for being over the top lies, you know things have turned ugly. New feature here at BuzzFeed: Voting! Vote for the dirtiest ad and help us pick a “winner.” [Note: Only contribute pro-McCain ads here, we will moderate other contributions.] Read More ›
A homemade sign from Florida. The resident who made the sign is now guarding it with a club. View Image ›
Paris Hilton’s mom thinks it’s “a waste of time” that a John McCain ad includes images of her daughter as a way to slam Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama’s “celebrity status.” Do we foresee a new political roundtable show featuring Mrs. H. as political moderator? Sure, it would be fun to watch, but nothing compares to The McLaughlin Group. Read More ›
McCain’s latest ad tries to expose the media’s left-leaning tendencies by compiling a video montage of journalists expressing their undying love for Obama. I think it’s safe to say the video fails miserably. Watch Video ›
Obama’s first general election campaign ad. No actual flag-waving, but plenty of patriotism. The ad will be playing on TV in 18 states starting today. Watch Video ›