Obama for America
Something's happening in America.
In small towns and big cities.
People from every walk of life...uniting in common purpose.
Barack Obama. Endorsed by Warren Buffett and Colin Powell.
A leader who'll bring us together.
Obama (clip from speech): We can choose hope over fear, and unity over division, the promise of change over the power of the status quo.
That’s how we’ll emerge from this crisis stronger and more prosperous…as one nation; and as one people.
Obama (voiceover): I’m Barack Obama, and I approve this message.
|Notes: This is one two
closing argument 30 second TV ads. (The other closing argument ad
Mirror"). The opening part of "Something" is very similar to
one of the Clinton-Gore '92 closing ads, but unlike the Clinton ad this
ad switches from the poetic to the practical, noting the Buffett and
Powell endorsements and referring on screen to the "Obama Economic
Plan." According to the campaign press release, this ad
"highlights that we can choose hope over fear, unity over division, the
promise of change over the status quo and vote for Obama, a leader who
will bring us together."