The day after President Barack Obama appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s nightly NBC program to do a slow jam, the Republican National Committee released a pro-Mitt Romney video entitled “The Tale of Two Leaders.”
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To mock the comedy routine featuring the president, the RNC’s video swaps back-and-forth between clips of President Barack Obama and the Jimmy Fallon doing a comedy skit and a serious speech by Mitt Romney.
The message from the RNC was clear. The organization believes that this is not the time in our history for joking around. Instead, it’s time for getting down to serious business to straighten out the American economy and to improve the nation’s unemployment rate which is stalled at 8.3%.
On Tuesday of this week, Mitt Romney, the GOP’s front-running candidate for president, had a 5-state sweep of primary contests to put him much closer to the ultimate delegate count needed to confirm his position as the GOP’s 2012 nominee. His delegate count is now at 844 with only 300 more needed.
Obama appeared in comedy-mode on the Fallon show mid-week before a college audience in which he performed the humorous slow jam with Fallon. His message was to encourage Congress to do something about the impending increase in college student loans.
Though Obama is using this issue as a way to appeal to the nation’s young, ironically, prior to becoming president of the United States, he did not vote for such advantageous measures for college students when he had a chance to cast a meaningful vote as an Illinois senator.
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