… But the Repubs have better production values

Now we see what Ron Paul’s doing with all of that money. Or some of it, anyway.

He certainly has been able to afford better production quality than what the Democrats are churning out. Here’s what Politico had to say about Rep. Paul’s attack on his fellow Texan:

EXCLUSIVE — NEW PAUL AD HANGS AL GORE ON PERRY — Ron Paul takes the fight to Rick Perry today, releasing a new 60-second TV ad hammering Perry for supporting the Democrat’s 1988 presidential campaign. From the script of the ad, backed by a six-figure buy, which Paul’s camp is trying to place during Wednesday’s debate: “The establishment called him extreme and unelectable, they said he was the wrong man for the job. It’s why a young Texan named Ron Paul was one of only four congressmen to endorse Ronald Reagan’s campaign for president…After Reagan, Senator Al Gore ran for president, pledging to raise taxes and increase spending, pushing his liberal values. And Al Gore found a cheerleader in Texas named Rick Perry.” See the ad: http://youtu.be/kUHlIPJTMIg

Apparently he couldn’t find actual video footage from Perry’s Gore days. Neither could I, at least on YouTube. Has anyone seen any?

Not that it matters to me. But it could certainly matter to those Tea Partiers.

2 thoughts on “… But the Repubs have better production values

  1. Matt

    Funny to see Ron Paul touting his allegiances to Ronald Reagan – I always pegged him as the more Robert Taft/Neville Chamberlain type – definitely not what we usually consider a “Reagan Republican” to be.

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