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RJC Rolls Out New Buyer’s Remorse Ad: “Brad”

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Washington, D.C. (August 22, 2012) — The Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) today released the next ad in its “My Buyer’s Remorse” series, entitled “Brad.”

“Brad” is an attorney who voted for Barack Obama in 2008 and even donated money to his campaign. But now he says: “I don’t think we can afford another four years of an administration that thinks it can create economic opportunity and growth by taxing people into submission…. I wish I didn’t have to say it, but where we are right now and the situation we are in, domestically, and in my view internationally, I think we can do better than Barack Obama.”

The new video is part of an ongoing series, in which real people tell their stories of why they voted for Barack Obama in 2008, how they became disillusioned with him, and why they won’t vote for him in 2012.

RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said, “The recession, unemployment, and the lack of opportunity in this economy are serious concerns for voters this year, including Jewish voters. Candidate Obama made a lot of promises about jobs and taxes and economic growth that President Obama has failed to keep. There is an increasing sense in the Jewish community that we’re on the wrong track, and the RJC is letting individuals with buyer’s remorse express that to a national audience.”

The new ad and previous ads in the series can be seen at http://www.MyBuyersRemorse.com.