If the GOP has any prayer of winning back the Senate next year -- they need to net six seats -- they must take advantage of Obamacare as a winning issue. It's been clear for years that the American people loathe the law. Will Republicans (again) persuade voters to punish Democratic incumbents who enabled its passage, this time as the law rolls out? Because Harry Reid needed every last vote from his caucus to jam the "Affordable" Care Act through, any single Senator in that coalition can be accurately described as the "deciding vote." David Freddoso flags a solid attack ad that merges several potent anti-Obamacare narratives. Its target? Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor:
“The person that they have on the ad, from my standpoint, doesn’t have any credibility. He’s a well known Republican supporter and turns out he also took $300,000 or more in stimulus funding,” Pryor told the Arkansas News Bureau.
"Typical arrogance and hypocrisy from Tom Cotton and his allies in Washington," DSCC spokesman Matt Canter said in a statement. "They never let actual facts get in the way of their arguments. Cotton and his allies need to understand that Arkansans expect their public servants to be honest and thoughtful – not misleading and hypocritical." Cotton was not involved with the ads.