Ron Paul's "Big Dog"

Where Newt Gingrich's new Iowa ad waxes poetic about American exceptionalism, Ron Paul goes for the Spike TV production route in his new commercial set to air in Iowa and New Hampshire. Titled "Big Dog," the ad doesn't actually feature Paul himself until the necessary approval tag at the end. Instead, it's a series of flashy graphics set to intense rock music, as buildings explode to represent the federal agencies he would abolish (outdoing Rick Perry by two, Paul has five he would ditch: Education, Interior, Energy, HUD, Commerce) and an 18-wheeler runs over the image of a government bureaucrat. If frat boys instead of evangelical social conservatives dominated the Iowa caucuses, Ron Paul would be on his way to wrapping this whole thing up.

Here's the ad (via National Review):

Comments

Not frat boys---the voiceover and pace are dead on ringers for pickup truck commercials. That's the vote they're after.

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