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AFP Ad: "How Can Our President Be So Out of Touch?"

Yesterday Americans For Prosperity (AFP) -- a grassroots organization dedicated to educating citizens about economic issues and mobilizing activists -- recently announced a multi-state ad effort to expose just how out of touch President Obama is with the American people.


The spot will air in six battleground states -- Colorado, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania -- over the next nine days. What’s more, according to AFP’s press release yesterday, their latest initiative brings the total amount the grassroots organization has spent on television advertisements to $22 million since last fall. (By the way, not only is the group doubling their efforts to expose the president’s failed economic policies, they’re also proposing solutions). At any rate, I’ll leave you with this important clip -- released by AFP last April -- reminding voters that billions of dollars spent on “green energy” as part of the president’s $831 Billion “stimulus” package actually went to fund jobs in foreign countries.


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