Wednesday, November 28, 2007

New Clinton Ad: "Strong"

Days Until Bush Leaves Office = 418

Hillary Clinton has released a new ad in Iowa. Titled "Strong," the 30-second spot intersperses footage of Hillary interacting with voters and shots of the candidate in an interview setting. The ad is aimed at playing up Clinton's experience and immediate readiness to govern.

The script for the spot is as follows:

CLINTON: “You know we have big economic problems ahead. The price of oil is going way up; the price of our homes is going down. The middle class is getting slammed.”

ANNOUNCER: If you want a strong economy, we need a strong President.

CLINTON: “I’ll start by taking away those tax breaks that the administration has lavished on big corporations and give you a break instead. I’ll create new jobs as we push for alternative energies and I’ll cut the deficit. A lot of people talk about America’s problems, but the next President has to be ready to solve them on day one.”

“I’m Hillary Clinton and I approved this message.”

And here's the video:


Jesús Castillón said...

Great new ad!

Anonymous said...

Love the New Add!

SCharb said...

Hillary Clinton keeps claiming that she is "strong," but I have seen no evidence to back this up. Is she strong enough to out arm wrestle George Bush? Can she lift Bill up over her head? How much can she bench press?

If Hillary wants to be strong, she's going to need to stop power-jogging and start pumping iron.

Anonymous said...

Strong in terms of special interests... she doesn't have anything else to run on.

Anonymous said...

She stands her ground when she knows she's right; is wise -- some would say savvy -- enough to know when to relent; and, has life experience and experience in the land of Washington D.C. to know how to protect our nation.

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