I said "what", when I should have said "who" and "how many"? This ridiculous display of over spending is just a good example of what's to come if Obama, makes it into the office.
Obama's ad, which cost his campaign more than $3 million and reached a nationwide audience, featured the Democratic nominee introducing stories about Americans struggling with economic hardships and outlining his middle-class "rescue plan'' as well as his policies for health care, energy and the war in Iraq. It outlined his proposals on a host of domestic issues in broad strokes that left out details.
He began the closing days of the presidential campaign with a show of force, a half-hour prime time pitch to voters on three major broadcast networks, leaving John McCain to respond with an interview on one cable news channel, a few local stations and some new 30-second ads. H. Ross Perot , pulled this same stunt, back in his 1992 campaign.........Did he win?
I suppose I didn't want to hear what he was saying and therefore got bored after the 1st 3 to 4 minutes of it and tried to switch channels. I had to go to an off channel to find something to watch, that wasn't the darn infomercial. What a piece of crap........