Frank Louis
Last ditch campaign ads I would like to see Donald Trump air. Now
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By Frank Louis
November 4, 2016

I'll be brief and to the point. The Democrats have proven that the idea of "going high" is definitely out the window. Of course, we all well know (if we have paid attention over the past few decades) they have never "gone high!" Not ever.

So, I have a few suggestions for the Trump Campaign or for a Trump PAC with some media money left to spend. Use their own words! Look at the new commercials and stump speeches they are throwing at us and just plug in their own words and actions in response. It is so simple. It would work too! Take their own commercials cut and paste. Play their own voices in reply. Cut and paste. Hillary supporters would hear the commercial beginning and perk up awaiting their fill. And they would get their fill for sure. The truth! Very inexpensive to make these ads too.

Here are a few examples:

So Obama was giving a stump pitch for Hillary this week, asking how many working folks Trump hangs out with. Well, How many "working folks" do Hillary, Bill or Barak hang out with. $3.6 million dollar golfing trip with Tiger Woods anyone? At our expense! Celebs at stump stops for Hillary. Look, Donald has KFC on his private jet. Anyone recall how difficult it was for John Kerry to order a steak and cheese sandwich? What about Hillary last year in ... what was it, Subway or Taco Bell? Really!

Hillary is out there saying "The children are listening." How about this contrasted by Bill asking what the definition of "is is." (Hummm... ISIS? Oh well) Or how about the sex in the oval office tapes? Who can forget the Monica era and Bimbos? These are excellent responses to these campaign statements. How about Hillary saying how she is for women followed by a recording of her laughing about getting the rapist off. The options are limitless. Their own words and actions are all we need. She does not, herself, provide "equal pay."

The Democrat presidential commercials we are now being subjected to have virtually no content pertaining to policies. The entire team is out there going on and on about petty allegations against Trump that mean nothing. Obama claims one does not govern and make decisions based on innuendo but nobody reminds him about the Trayvon Martin. Jumping to conclusions? What about the Cambridge "professor" and the "beer summit?" The list goes on and on and on and on...

How about her testimony to congress about her emails? She has ads that talk about the need for national security and integrity. Really? How can we not use these as templates for presenting the facts? Gee, there is so much to choose from. These are no-brainers folks. If we do not see these ads on air this weekend, it is not my fault!

I have my vote in and I bet you can guess who it was for!

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Frank Louis

Frank Louis is a print and on-air commentator who offers opinions and solutions on and for the economy, social issues, and the future of this nation. In the Old Testament, Nehemiah 4: 14 instructs us to fight for our houses; something we need to be doing now. Our future generations depend on it!... (more)

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