Pro-Obama, anti-Romney TV spot going up in South Carolina on broadcast television.
Priorities USA Action spot invokes flip-floppin’ meme, Gingrich, Ryan, and more more more.
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Newt Gingrich says the Republican plan that would essentially end Medicare is too “radical”.
Governor Haley thinks the plan is courageous, and Gingrich shouldn’t be cutting conservatives off at the knees.
Mitt Romney says he’s “on the same page” as Paul Ryan, who wrote the plan to essentially end Medicare.
But with Mitt Romney, you have to wonder…which page is he on today?
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Governor Jim Hodges is a former governor of South Carolina. As governor, he led efforts to improve South Carolina’s education system, including establishing the education lottery that is credited with providing more than 100,000 scholarships. He is also responsible for funding “First Steps,” a public-private preschool readiness program. Since 2003, he has been the CEO of Hodges Consulting, a business, government relations, and economic development consulting firm.
Paul Begala is a senior democratic strategist, political analyst for CNN and senior advisor to Priorities USA Action. Begala served as counselor to President Clinton in the White House, where he helped define and defend the Administration’s agenda, from the State of the Union Address to the economic, domestic and international issues the White House faces each day.