Congressional Leadership Fund Releases Final Anti-Ossoff Ad in #GA6 

Brian Freeman at Newsmax has reported that the Congressional Leadership Fund, a Republican Super PAC with affiliations with U.S. House Republican Leadership, has released its final ad as part of its $7 million campaign against Jon Ossoff.

The ad chastises Ossoff for avoiding two debates (Atlanta Press Club and CNN), misrepresenting his national security credentials, and for living outside the district. The ad also states that Ossoff would be a rubber stamp for Pelosi.

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David C
David C

Also, FFS who thinks “He showed up at some debates, but not other debates,” is actually a good closing argument?

If there’s been one constant in this campaign, it’s been the GOP just throwing stuff at the wall against him without ever making it a coherent message.

xdog
xdog

Twenty bucks says it’s not their final ad.

ScottNAtlanta
ScottNAtlanta

I think you’d be safe betting 100 bucks

augusta52
augusta52

Well, just one more week of ads (from both sides) that insult our intelligence. In the interest of “equal opportunity”, let me point out one from each campaign: —One of Handel’s ads (run by a third-party operative) says she favors a balanced budget amendment. Uh…wasn’t that defeated back in the 1990s, when Republicans had a bigger Senate majority (55-45) than they do today (52-48)? So, anyone out there think a balanced budget amendment could get through the Senate today—even if all 52 Republicans voted yes? Given that almost all of the 48 Senate Democrats are liberals, anyone think that one-third… Read more »

ScottNAtlanta
ScottNAtlanta

Lets just take that balanced budget amendment for a second. First, referring to federal spending and such in the accounting terms of a “budget” is wrong. You cant budget when you create currency at will. There is no category for money out of thin air on a ledger. That being said, if you balanced what people consider to be the deficit, you’d be removing 13 TRILLION from the economy. Think about that for a second and what it would do to the economy. That money all comes out of the private sector via reduced payments for social safety net (which… Read more »

Benevolus
Benevolus

Besides, they are always going to make an exception for military spending so it is really just code for cutting social spending.