Rick Perry's new video zeroes in on 'President Zero'
Our perspicacious colleague Robin Abcarian notes over here that much of what Texas Gov. Rick Perry has been doing during his first two Republican primary debates has resembled the successful, communicative mannerisms of Ronald Reagan.
There's another debate tonight at 6 p.m. Pacific on Fox News Channel. See if you agree.
Something else Perry has also been doing, like Mitt Romney too until recently, has been focusing his attacks on President Obama, as if the Texas governor was already running a general election campaign. (Scroll down for links to those attacks.)
There's a good reason behind that strategy: Polls of Republicans all along have shown they care more about defeating Obama than about the personalities and policies of individual GOP candidates. And this morning a new Gallup Poll shows more registered voters are considering voting for Romney (62%) than either of his two main rivals, Perry (53%) or Obama (54%).
Then Wednesday, RickPerry.org released a devastating video on 'President Zero.'
"We don't need a president who apologizes for America," says Perry.
Watch the new video below. Let us know what you think.
And see if the images and narrative remind you of anything from our not-too-distant-political past. (Our answer is below this video.)
OK, did this video remind you of anything?
Perhaps of the classic 1984 Ronald Reagan reelection campaign ad, "Morning in America." For old time's sake, we'll throw that one in right here.
For last year's powerful midterm takeoff ad, "Mourning in America," click here to watch.