The question now becomes: Will the American people accept being governed by establishment-driven plastic men and automatons or will they opt for the constitutional consistency, incorruptibility and real economic foresight of Ron Paul?
NORTHBROOK, IL (PRWEB) September 12, 2011
In the wake of tumbling poll numbers for Mitt Romney and damaging voting record revelations for Rick Perry, Revolution PAC features the duo in a brand new commercial, “Plastic Men.” The release comes one week prior to the PAC’s September 19 mass “Super Bomb” fundraiser, proceeds from which will be used to broadcast “Plastic Men” in key primary states.
The 60-second ad blasts the pair’s liberal health care mandates – Perry’s shocking executive order requiring HPV vaccinations and Romney’s Massachusetts state health care scheme – and is likely the first political commercial to call candidates “shills for the bankers.” Contrasted are the conservative credentials of Rep. Ron Paul, including his opposition to all government bailouts and foreign interventionism.
The ad further distinguishes Rep. Paul – currently polling third at 13% nationwide according to Gallup – as the one candidate with a comprehensive, proven grasp of the economic challenges America faces as well as the steadfast resolve to bring forth impactful solutions.
“The substantial differences between the GOP candidates are becoming increasingly clear,” insists Revolution PAC Advisory Board Chairman Tom Woods. "The question now becomes: Will the American people accept being governed by establishment-driven plastic men and automatons or will they opt for the constitutional consistency, incorruptibility and real economic foresight of Ron Paul?”
Revolution PAC is bolstering Ron Paul’s consistent, constitutional message with targeted TV advertising campaigns complemented by billboards and radio ads in key primary states. Unlimited donations by individuals, businesses and organizations toward this effort may be accepted at http://www.revolutionpac.com.
The Revolution PAC seeks to widen the range of allowable opinion in the public square and to bring to the attention of the American public the neglected alternative of freedom, sound money, self-government, and a non-interventionist foreign policy. This is the answer to the big-government progressives and big-government neoconservatives who have brought our exhausted country to the brink of collapse. Our mission is to support the rare political candidate who defends these great American principles in public life.