ST. LOUIS – There has been an explosion of views for Roy Blunt’s latest campaign ad entitled “Missouri’s Future.” The new ad has already reached a record of over 160,000 views on YouTube, crushing the total views of other campaign TV ads posted by Missouri officials and candidates, as well as many statewide candidates across the country.
“It’s encouraging to see such a large number of people responding so strongly to the truth that Robin Carnahan is a rubberstamp for the Pelosi-Reid-Obama extreme liberal agenda,” said Blunt spokesperson Rich Chrismer. “The ad simply features Barack Obama in his own words asking Missourians to send him “another vote” with Rubberstamp Robin Carnahan for higher job-killing taxes and regulation, government takeovers and a failing ‘stimulus’ bill that grows government, not jobs. With over 160,000 Internet views, voters are clearly rejecting the idea of sending another liberal rubberstamp to Washington whose votes and actions would be directed by Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barack Obama.”
The ad which features Barack Obama urging Missourians to vote for Robin Carnahan because he needs "another vote" for his agenda of deficit spending, government control of health care, a national energy tax, more job-killing regulation and other Washington liberal goals, has garnered national attention and presented Missourians with the clear choice in this election. The national media has said the ad is the first test case for the popularity of Barack Obama and his policies.
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