If Romney airs this as an ad, is Obama finished?

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Should Roney air this as an ad?

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbzpuqWo6yU&feature=player_embedded]Erskine Bowles: Ryan budget is "sensible...honest, serious" - YouTube[/ame]

    This video seems to show that Obama is being deceptive. Could this video by a top Democrat be Obama's undoing?
     
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    Please forgive the typo. Romney, noy Roney.
     
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    Nah. I don't think he's done. Bowles was just pissed at Obama for not using his ideas. Its already airing on the news...I don't think it will make much of a difference.
     
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    That would be a fucking lame ad IMO... Both men grow spending, not cut it.
     
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    And yet Bowles is probably one of the most respected Democrats on budget issues. Seems his opinion would have the same effect as that of a whistle blower.
     
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    It would be a very effective ad! It should be used! But Bowles has probably had his "conference" with the DNC by now and won't be giving permission to use it.

    By now though, he may be an independent or a republican, lol.
     
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    Democrats, not listening to their own economists? Has the world come to an end?
     
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    Sure; run it. No effect either way because people do not vote for the bottom of the ticket. The problem with the ad is that it shows Obama wants to cut the budget deficit as well; it doesn't play into the narrative that the Governor is trying so lamely to sell.

    I do not see why you think this ad is some sort of silver bullet.
     
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    Rassmussen just reported Ohio as a tie: 45/45% - for the first time, I believe.

    And of course, the remaining undecideds break hard to the challenger when a POTUS is unpopular like this pathetic asshole.
     
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    If this video doesn't cause you to reexamine Obama's political platform, nothing will.
     

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