Bettina Inclan: Obama ads

Bettina Inclan

by Bob Bearden

The anti-Obama ads keep getting worse. Worse not only in content and character, but in the acting abilities of its made for hire ‘real people’ fakes. The latest is an ad which just came out from a woman claiming to be a dissatisfied former Obama Voter and supporter. Only she isn’t, wasn’t and never was and in reality she is a ‘ringer’. She is in fact a former spokeswoman for Florida Governor, Rick ‘Suppress the Vote’ Scott. She is now the Republican Committee Director of Hispanic Outreach and an extremely poor actress. Keep your day job Bettina your future in the movies may have its limits.The ad is a work of pure fiction and the RNC freely admits it’s so. An RNC spokesman has said, “”It’s a lighthearted ad to show how millions of Americans feel about President Obama — he’s not the person we thought he was and it’s time to break up with him. But let’s be clear, it is an ad.” Oh really? If that be the case why can’t they come with people who are really former Obama Voters and supporters?

Probably because they generally are few and far between and the RNC would rather have someone they can trust to stand up in front of a camera and spout a bald-faced lie without smiling than use a real person. That’s the way it is with them. Lying in a speech and in an ad is okay, especially if it’s lighthearted. They are already on record saying “We’re not going to let our campaign be dictated by fact checkers.” That’s probably the only truism you’ll hear from Mitt Romney and company. Facts are not something they are comfortable getting in bed with. Half-truths and pure fiction suit them a lot better.” —– Bob Bearden


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