I do not yet know if this is on broadcast, but it’s a modest $9K cable buy running through September 23.
Nancy Pelosi and Adam Kinzinger picked your pocket. Their spending spree sparked record inflation, driving up prices and eating into the value of your paycheck.
Now will Kinzinger support Pelosi’s reconciliation scam? It’s a $3 trillion tax hike that could cost your family $2400. And experts warn its higher investment taxes could slam your retirement savings. Remind Kinzinger he works for you. Tell him to stop Nancy Pelosi’s tax scam.
If the goal is to anger the rank and file Republican “would-be” voter, I give it an A. This message premised on “its gonna cost you directly” seems to work very well in Illinois. The same message defeated the Graduated Tax Rate.
I thought Club for Growth was a conservative group. Trump has never been a conservative (tariffs, trade wars, isolationist, big spender, ignoring longstanding alliances–ask the Kurds in Syria if you want to know more). Kinzinger has a pretty solid conservative votingr record So what gives? Is Club for Growth now a populist organization?
It appears unnecessary and reckless. Sounds like with new districts the Club for Growth is throwing Kinzinger under the bus. Not sure the ad was specific enough for me, to move my vote or induce me to contact Kinzinger.
Speakin’ of ads Radio Legend Tom Miller did a little two step on a Dem Governor’s Assoc. ad that lumped all the GOPie Gov candidates into the bad category….Then Gary Rabine appeared (actually he was too busy pavin’) via bad cell connection to intone how he alone could beat the other whacks and JB. Fun stuff
I am not sure how the “tie him to the anti-Trump crowd” will play in Illinois. But if they want to stay on the same course, they might tie him to General Milley and defying his Commander In Chief with Kinzinger’s border comments.
One little teeny point. We are not seeing “record inflation.” 5.4% is not record inflation. In the late 70s we had almost 20% inflation. This is marginally higher than the norm for the past 40 years and is expected to fade quickly. But please don’t let put facts in the way of a good (or weak in this case) attack.
- West Side the Best Side - Monday, Sep 20, 21 @ 6:14 pm:
Can’t quite figure out the ad. Is the the “Pickpocket Club for Growth” that’s running it? Because anyone contributing to that group is surely getting their pocket picked. Probably on a regular basis like Trump’s contribution scams. You can fool all of the people some of the time and some of the people all the time and that’s enough to make a good living.
Lots of misleading stuff, but it inspired me. I may call Kinzinger’s office and encourage him to vote for the bill. I mean, if they’re going to hang it on him anyway, he might as well do the responsible thing and fund the government.
Didn’t they try to play in Illinois with Shimkus? Don’t know if it’s redemption or revenge but it doesn’t seem to matter. Club for Growth lights money on fire to earn cool points with the right wing. B- just because production value is good even if cookie cutter. Does nothing
This is a cookie cutter aid that is targeting voters who have by and large benefited from the economic assistance being provided by the Government since the pandemic began. The fiscal language is generic, and frankly it seems out of touch with what counts as conservatism these days.
Plus, where ever they should probably consider the fact that most of Illinois doesn’t look like a former Soviet bloc country. This is an interesting choice since the image on the left was overlay on the video on the right. It’s pretty lazy, looks awkward and makes me want to rate the ad lower. Someone made thousands of dollars to produce this, and this is what they come up with?
There are literal elementary school children producing better video edits than these professionals put together.