Ron Paul’s New TV Ad – Conviction

15 Jul

With the Republican field appearing weak and Paul recently being in second place in fundraising it has become clear he no longer is a fringe candidate. With this comes an important responsibility; marketing oneself to the electorate.

This ad delivers. A strong message as well as effective political marketing are present. Was very surprised at the quality of this piece!


Posted by on July 15, 2011 in Politics


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2 responses to “Ron Paul’s New TV Ad – Conviction

  1. TEM

    July 31, 2011 at 4:03 am

    Yep, this add delivers. So does the subtract. And the multiply! And the division!

    Also, the fantasy epic music playing in the background greatly reflects his election chance: It’s a fantasy.

  2. discoveringmybeliefs

    August 21, 2011 at 7:22 pm

    Yeah, most definitely a fantasy. Being second in fundraising, placing in the top three in nearly all straw polls (winning and placing second in a bunch), almost beating Bachmann in a straw poll in her own state, continuously winning MSM polls (they of course try to hide the results), having a message that is becoming ever more acceptable and out there….yeah, these are FOR SURE things Paul was experiencing last election time.

    I’d appreciate if you actually attacked the message in the ad and Paul as a candidate rather than the typical, useless discounting that happens in our non-republic. I’d also appreciate if your comment wasn’t so centralized around me adding an extra d to a word. Oh well, your post is exactly why I am blogging. Thank you.

    PS- “fantasy epic music” sounds awkward, and using a colon in that manner is incorrect. You go!


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