The advert is called Give Me a Break. It features Barrack Obama as the best choice for American presidency. It has a picture of the Obama, Bill Clinton and the cheering crowd. It is so good because it has an audible sound at the background.
Its title is called The Cheaters. It gives a positive presentation of Mitt Romney as the most suitable candidate with a proven track record. It has a photo of Mitt and periodical sub title explanations on the main message. He accounts for the contributions he has made as an international investor. Though he eloquently presents himself, he does not appeal to me.
Personally, the advertisement called Give Me a Break to The Cheats sounds more attractive than others. The message delivered by the speakers is clear, brief and to the point. The way in which the President Obama and Bill Clinton defend their credentials is familiar to all those who understand the problems affecting both the middle and lower classes in the USA. When asked about Romney, he asserts, ‘Give me a break!’ meaning, he has nothing good to offer the ordinary American citizens. The use of celebrity to market the candidate makes the advert more appealing as compared to the Romney’s.
Although Mitt Romney claims to have good past, it is clear that he has nothing to offer. I do not like the way he portrays himself as a savior while regarding his competitor as a cheat. Moreover, the foreign policies and the claimed relations with China do not seem effective. Being a Democrat, it is difficult to believe in his promises. Mitt Romney cannot extend his services to the Democrats. His Republican ideologies are obsolete and not applicable in America today.