New RNC ad slams Obama as ‘Outsourcer-in-Chief’

Wow. Another great ad this morning, this time by the RNC, that exposes Obama’s blatant hypocrisy on outsourcing. And following Mitt Romney’s lead they dub him ‘Outsourcer-in-Chief’:

Also don’t forget to check out the RNC’s fantastic new website called Obamanamics Outsourced that showcases how many jobs Obama outsourced to other countries via the stimulus money.

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  • Philo Beddoe

    I see the $6.6 billion that the unions have spent for the “obama-cause” has been well spent.

  • badbadlibs

    I contend that bo is not capable of telling the truth. He has taken the “ends justifies the means” to new heights.

    • Don

      I agree. In Obama’s case, when his whole life is a lie, the truth becomes an obstacle that he must overcome in order for his life to have any justification for his existence.

  • WordsFailMe

    Looks like the RNC is out of the gate!

  • Don

    For the first time in our history we have a president that has no perception of American patriotism. It is debatable whether his endocrination in the madrasses during his formative years are the basis for this void in his character or not. What is not debatable is we need a president who understands American exceptionalism and knows how to provide the stimulus for growth necessary for the free enterprise system to work. When we have a president who doesn’t have a clue about even the basic elements of how our economic system works, this is the only result. Four more years of this attack on our way of life cannot end well.

    • keyesforpres

      He knows, he’s doing this on purpose, it’s all part of the Cloward Piven Strategy….destroy the private sector….get more and more people on the dole…overwhelm the system and cause it to collapse.

      We must start calling O out on this and we must quit saying he doesn’t understand the private sector. We must start drilling this home:


      • kong1967

        The American public should be told to beware of this wolf in sheep’s clothing, but I’d be afraid it would blow up in our faces because Obama is a very liked man. If Romney started saying Obama was doing this on purpose instead of saying he was naive and whatnot, do you think it would work? You’ve got more balls than I do, lol. I strongly agree with you on the Clowad Piven Strategy but coming forward with that as a public announcement….mmmmm……that’s a very bold step.

        • keyesforpres

          Well, when I went to see Santorum in Jan. he flat out said Obama is doing this on purpose and people actually applauded because they/I was so glad to finally hear a politician tell it like it is.

          • kong1967

            But he didn’t get elected, either, lol. Sorry, that was a joking jab.

            No, I agree that the public needs to be told that Obama is doing this on purpose. Exotic claims usually get marginalized really badly is all I was getting at.

            • keyesforpres

              Santorum would have been our nominee if a certain stubborn candidate would have dropped out when the writing was on the wall, but he wouldn’t until it was too late and then when he did drop out, he endorsed Romney.

              • kong1967

                Lol, they were both saying the other should drop out.

                • keyesforpres

                  Well, the certain someone told Santorum to drop out shortly after Santorum won Iowa and had yet to win one himself.

                  What’s so heartwrenching is Santorum asked him if he’d be willing to drop out two weeks before he finally did drop out. He wouldn’t do it and then two weeks later he did when it was then too late for Santorum. I guess the certain someone preferred Romney over Santorum.

                • kong1967

                  I know, and I was yelling at the t.v. when he was saying Santorum should drop out. Santorum was winning and he wasn’t, yet Santorum should bow out. I don’t think he was satisfied with Romney, but more that he was self invested and not caring about the outcome if he didn’t win.

        • keyesforpres

          Also, Obama is a very liked man amongst one group only….the Obobbles.

          • kong1967

            Lol, a bunch of bobblehead dolls for sure.

  • gunsmithkat

    I like it how every single Won of the Obama attacks on Romney has backfired on the O administration in spades. (oops is that racisssst???)

  • kong1967

    Good ad. We’re going to outsource Obama in November.

  • Hit Obama hard and hit him often until the election. Don’t let up the pressure. If we’re going to fight the mainstream media AND Obama’s team, we’re going to need every one of these ads. Keep them coming.

  • The RNC keep making hard hitting great videos. But we only see them on the web. These should be all over TV already.

    • I couldn’t agree more! What are the Republicans waiting for?

    • NCHokie02

      I agree I’d like to see more of these good ads on TV especially here in NC. Most of the time I see the Obama ad that is claiming the exact opposite. That Romney outsourced jobs while at Bain and that Obama saved the auto industry and is working to get America back to work. Romney and the RNC need to get some ads down here.

  • wodiej

    that’s a good one.

  • dabbobean


    This one is definitely TV worthy