By The Right Scoop


After years of one party rule or gridlock, people really respond well to hearing Romney talk about his ability to bring people together. People are tired of gridlock and don’t look forward to another four years of it. And those people are who this ad is aimed squarely at:

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  • http://navalwarfare.blogspot.com/ Libertyship46

    I’d like to believe that, but after Obama loses (and possibly by a lot), I don’t know how receptive the Democrats in Congress will be to Romney, especially that disgusting weasel Harry Reid. The best thing we can do for Romney is give him a majority in both the House and the Senate. That way he will at least have a chance at pushing through his economic agenda. It may not solve all the problems in Washington, but it sure couldn’t hurt. And we’ll need majorities like that if we want to repeal Obamacare, too. Remember that.

    • joyfulgiver

      I believe that when Mitt Romney wins by the landslide being predicted by Wayne Allyn Root, http://www.rootforamerica.com The PEOPLE of America will finally RISE UP and hold their elected officials accountable.

      It’s time for us to return to the principles of leadership that set this Nation apart from others. For the past four years, we have NOT had a leader. Once that is changed, I believe you will begin to see a congress that will shape up or be shipped out, by WE THE PEOPLE!

      “And can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are of the “Gift of God.” Thomas Jefferson

      • RosiesSeeingRed

        Well said and I agree very much with you. If there is one thing I have learned since Obama got elected, it’s that I am not the only citizen who went from “keeping an eye on politics” to “totally engaged.” For the first time ever in my life, I donated to a campaign and volunteered to collect signatures. I have run into so many comments in the last 4 years on blogs of people saying exactly the same thing: they are rising up, they are engaged, they’re involved, they’re volunteering and donating for the first time in their lives. This is an election like no other!

        • BlueGood

          Good for you Rosie!…I’ve worked on 13-14 Campaigns…Most important is to make sure there are DRIVERS to get the Voters to the Polls, be it Urban or Rural, you would be surprised how many people just don’t have a way to get out and VOTE!

          Please keep on, and encourage your friends to sign up to DRIVE for their Candidate’s VOTERS….

          Nothing counts EXCEPT the VOTES!

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/KYTC7EGQASGOTQYPY2KPC4XCZY Don

      Great point,libertyship46. That is why it is absolutely mandatory that conservatives take back the Congress. When you see mentally challenged leadership from Reid and Pelosi, the corruption is so obvious its nauseating. In 2010, we took back the House sending Pelosi back stage. I know Boehner has been a joke as leader of the House, but compared to a deranged Pelosi, it was a very small, but necessary improvement. Reid’s corruption seeps from every pore of his body. We have to flush this fecal matter and return sanity to the Senate. We do this and we could repeat what Gingrich and his co-horts did for Clinton, balance the budget and make him a much better president than if he had controlled a democratic Congress. 2010 AGAIN.

      • M_J_S

        John Boehner needs to GO. Enough is enough with this guy. He’s holding up the process, not accelerating it.

        Lead, follow, or get out of the way.

        • Orangeone

          Lead, follow, or be brushed aside by the Tea Party!

    • Sober_Thinking

      Agreed. Even if (God forbid) Obama wins, we need a Republican majority in the Senate and House to further stop this monster. Then let Obama try to veto progress… he’ll be exposed as the one who is holding America hostage. Furthermore, we can effectively remove the despicable rat Harry Reid from power so he can no longer block good legislation.

      • colliemum

        If, as you say, Obama should cheat his way back into the WH – which God forbid! -, then a majority in Congress is even more important in order to get him impeached a.s.a.p. in 2013.

        • Sober_Thinking

          Absolutely true. :)

      • http://twitter.com/ozziecastillo Stewie

        Levin’s show last night claimed that the Republican leadership was ready to cave into Obama if he were to win.

        • Sober_Thinking

          I’m hearing rumblings of that too… in many ways, they already have.

          Fire Boehner, McConnell, Cantor and any of the other posers who have no spine. Put in Allen West, Trey Gowdy, Jim Demint…

          The pussification of the Republicans must end… or we the people will end it for them.

    • colliemum

      Absolutely! A majority in Congress is most necessary.
      That’s why I think it is unwise to just fixate on Romney’s standings in the polls, nice as these numbers are.
      The down tickets are as important, and as with Romney: every vote counts.
      Gotta beat all the dem dead voters!

    • Orangeone

      When Romney wins, Harry Reid needs to be put on trial for his participation in Fast and Furious and for violation of federal law for not passing a budget.

    • http://twitter.com/hbcampbell Hunter Campbell

      You sir are far too kind to that despicable crap weasel Harry Reid, who shares the Mormon faith with Romney and doesn’t defend it when it is used to attack Romney. If there were some invertebrate that flourished in the lower colon of our most un-hygienic citizens, that would be a fair description of Senator Reid.

  • NHConservative0221

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    Only 18 days til the election, we all need to do everything we can to make a difference. Now is not the time to take anything for granted!

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  • joyfulgiver

    Awesome ad! I especially love that they include the O smirk and head shake in it, it’s as though he’s saying “I’m toast!” HAHAHAHA!

  • keninil

    Romney has to contrast his bi-partisanship with O’s non-partisanship; Romney’s meeting with the opposition weekly to O’s lecturing the opposition annually; Romney’s passing budgets to O’s not even getting any votes from his own party on his budgets.

  • http://tinyurl.com/wwsotu Wolfie

    Romney has NObama on the ropes. The next debate, round 3, should finish him off!

    Romney is spoiled for choice when it comes to Foreign Policy blunders and apology tours and terrorist attacks. NObama will be in a daze again! Desperately looking at the ref (media/moderator) to jump in and save his sorry hide again. Too LATE! You’re One and DONE!

  • Rshill7

    And if they don’t come over to the side of common sense, run ‘em over, without so much as a by your leave sir.

    I’d like to see someone clunk Obama and Biden’s coconuts together. I wonder what that would sound like. I also wonder how many times someone would have to do it until they both fall down.

    Ahem…mi, mi, mi, Joe and O’ are falling down, falling down, falling down, Joe and O’ are falling down, my fair lady.

    • Nukeman60

      Ahhh, a ‘coconut summit’. Kind of rings hollow, don’t you think?

      http://netrightdaily.com/2012/10/debate-aftermath/

    • colliemum

      “I wonder what that would sound like.” – hollow, definitely hollow!
      “I also wonder how many times someone would have to do it until they both fall down.” – just the once, rshill7, just the once. Their skulls are thin and easily cracked.

      ;-)

  • WordsFailMe

    I woke up today, jumped onto Scoop and suddenly it felt like Romney is running against a cardboard cut-out.

  • sjmom

    I want everyone to work together but I don’t want the GOP giving away the store either. The answer is to elect conservatives but the establishment seems to have a problem with that.

    After the election we need to hold Congress’ feet to the fire to do what is Right and continue to work on getting more conservatives elected. For those of us swimming in the liberal sea, whether R or D led we need to find a way to change it. Me; I’m going to pray because here in NJ from where I sit it is going to take a move of God to do it. From my computer to God’s ears. Amen.

    • Nukeman60

      We need to keep foremost in our minds that we must take over the Senate this time around or anything that Romney tries to do may be futile. Reid has to be removed from the position of Senate majority leader, as he has single-handedly stopped everything from getting done, from budgets to laws to any kind of advancement.

      • sjmom

        Agreed. Reid must be removed but I don’t put a lot of stock in McConnell. Hope conservatives will begin to outnumber the establishment. We need to get rid of the “get along crowd”.

      • colliemum

        Yes indeed.
        This is no time for congratulations yet, the race is not over, Congress must have a majority, and Reid must indeed be removed.
        The race isn’t over until the final whistle, and that is 11/6 (or 11/7 if you’re a dem), not today.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Excellent ad!

    I like how they have Obama in the side-by-side shot… he looks angry or guilty.

  • ChicksLoveRight

    First they say they need someone who can work across the party line and GET THINGS DONE! When They find one like that in Mitt Romney, they accuse Mitt of GETTING THINGS DONE!!

  • iaintlyin

    A scared squirrel, yeah, that’s what he looks like, a scared squirrel. But while we’re at it, check out the debate when he asks the Gov’nor to proceed, just before he requests Crawley to ‘sing it louder’. That is one pissed off socialilist. The cracks are becoming more and more evident. I think if Romney stays as aggressive but reserved ( hard to do , but he’s executing it to perfection) as he has been, I think theres good potential to see 0 in a very very ugly scene by the time he hands over the baton in January. This creep is not gonna go easy.

    • colliemum

      Yep – and did you see the look Romney gave him before Obama said ‘proceed, Governor’?
      If I’d be getting that look from my superior (and that’s what Romney is, as Obama well knows!), or my CEO, I’d be ready to sink into the floor with embarrassment and shame.

      That one look told me that Romney had won, no matter what the usual Beltway pundits and the Alphabet media were saying.

      • Stephanie T

        I completely agree–that was a look of confident authority. Mr. Romney knew he was right. “Please proceed, Governor” was the line Mr. Obama used to skirt yet another direct question that he didn’t wish to address.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_H7FEKYRPO27DV3U5SCOION6M7U Chris

    WINNING !!!!

    Mitt’s got TIGER BLOOD in his veins !

    / Charlie Sheen

  • Nukeman60

    Wait a minute. You mean Obama didn’t ‘bring people together’ when he insulted the Cambridge police and then had to ask for a ‘beer summit’? He didn’t ‘bring people together’ when he claimed if he had a son, it would look like Trayvon Martin? He didn’t ‘bring people together’ when he whined about us bitterly clinging to our guns and Bibles?

    He didn’t ‘bring Nations together’ when he rejected the bust of Winston Churchill? He didn’t ‘bring Nations together’ when he forced Netanyahu to come into the White House through the back door and snubbed him at lunch?

    I’m shocked. I guess this ‘demon’ called Mitt Romney might just be better for this nation after all. Who would have ever guessed?

    • colliemum

      Well, see – Obama didn’t need to bring people together, because, as he famously told the GOP senators, ‘I won’, so all you [self-deleted for reasons of politeness] can suck it and go away.

  • denbren52

    I heard that Romney’s transition team (I love the sound of that) is already working behind the scenes (just in case he should win) to undo some of the damage caused the leadership vacuum in the White House. He is working to ensure the extension of the Bush tax cuts and reverse the impending military cuts. He is already taking charge of the situation. I just hope the lame duck goes golfing for his final 75 days or so.

    • Orangeone

      Lame duck won’t go golfing, Romney will loop him into his transition team. He doesn’t see O’Bambi for what he is, a mooslim Marxist set on destroying America.

  • klaffner

    That whole concept of leadership completely eludes Jug Hussein Ears. He always has a look that is half bemused and half lost when the subject comes up. Pretty sure that the first foundational rule of leadership is to take the blame when things go bad and give out the credit when things are going well. Consider how far Obama is from meeting that first aspect of leadership.

  • wodiej

    Good ad and he’s absolutely right. God has been trying to tell America this for years.

  • wodiej

    “The effective. fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.” James 5:16

    Keep praying and prepare for a revival of the United States of America on the night of November 6. Let us all also remember how we got to this point.

  • 12grace

    Great ad!

  • TexasEnforcer

    Great ad. obama’s got nothing.

  • Army_Pilot1967

    What’s with the smirk on O-Loser’s face???? When you don’t have a record and your opponent is scoring big points with voters, I guess the only thing you can do is smirk!!! That’s really not working in your favor, O-Loser.

  • SKL53

    We have had four years of divisiveness, and accusations of being racist if you so much as look cross-eyed at this president! Enough!!!