Priorities USA Bain Capital Ad Attacks Mitt Romney As Crossroads GPS Seeks To Humanize Candidate Priorities USA Action, the super PAC backing President Barack Obama, released a new Bain Capital-centric ad Tuesday that targets ... "Mitt and David" began airing in Wisconsin and Ohio on Tuesday morning as part of a one week, $4.2 million ad buy. 10/23/2012 - 9:08 am | View Link
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Marsha Blackburn calls on Obama to call on group to pull down ad Marsha Blackburn issued a statement Wednesday calling on President Barack Obama to ask Priorities USA to stop airing an ad that links Mitt Romney ... coverage when the mill he worked for was closed by Bain Capital, the private equity firm Romney led. 08/8/2012 - 11:19 am | View Link
Obama super PAC renews attack on Romney, Bain Capital for GST Steel shutdown The ad tells of the demise of GST Steel in Kansas City, Kansas and the role that Romney, through his association with Bain Capital, played in the 2001 shutdown. The GST Steel failure was the focus of ads originally aired in May by Priorities USA Action ... 08/7/2012 - 3:13 am | View Link
New super PAC ad hits Romney over Bain "Mitt Romney made over a hundred million dollars by shutting down our plant, and devastated our lives," the employee, Mike Earnest, says in the Priorities USA Action ... of Bain. The ad is part of what Priorities says is a $10 million buy airing in ... 06/23/2012 - 5:25 am | View Link
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Anyone think this will lead to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal calling to reform our campaign finance laws? Yeah, that's what I thought.
Apparently the governor is none too happy about being left out of some of these shindigs being held by these AstroTurf "tea party" groups that are funded by the Koch brothers.
From CNN's Inside Politics:
JOHN KING: The Koch brothers are famous now in politics for their deep-pocketed support for Republican candidates and conservative causes, and the candidates, just watch them, and they're so eager to win their favor, they're often appearing at conferences and gatherings sponsored by Koch affiliated groups, like Americans for Prosperity, or the Freedom Partners.
Now the Kochs haven't settled on one GOP presidential prospect, at least not yet, but it is clear they view some candidates more favorably than others.
(WASHINGTON)—After July Fourth fireworks and parades, members of Congress return to work Tuesday facing a daunting summer workload and a pending deadline to fund the government or risk a shutdown in the fall.
The funding fight is shaping up as a major partisan brawl against the backdrop of an intensifying campaign season.
Forty years ago Saturday saw the release of Jaws, an adaptation of a beach-read made by a promising but relatively untested young director, Steven Spielberg. Forty years later, Jaws impact can be felt across moviegoing. The shark tale is perhaps most notable for its box-office success; Jaws became the top-grossing film of all time after its release (and did so more quickly than had its predecessors, with a marketing plan based on blanket advertising rather than a slow rollout).
An unnamed senior Gulf official told The Telegraph There is simply no strategic approach, that western powers have a lack of coordination in selecting targets, and there is no overall plan for defeating ISIL. Americas Middle East allies are getting frustrated that Western leaders, Obama and David Cameron, arent showing leadership in the fight against ISIS.