Frank Strategies: The Blog

Video: President Obama Refers to Himself 132 Times – in One Speech!
January 27, 2010, 9:01 am
Filed under: Obama, Shameless Self Promotion

Here’s the most recent Frank Strategies LLC video, produced for Americans for Prosperity. Enjoy!


Another Serving of Stimulus? No Thanks!
January 26, 2010, 1:04 pm
Filed under: Economy

Professor Dan Mitchell explains why a second economic stimulus bill would be a horrible idea:

Congressional GOPers Winning the YouTube Battle
January 22, 2010, 11:35 am
Filed under: Online Video, Republican Party

From Chris Good at The Atlantic, yet another entry in the “What a Difference a Year Makes” file:

“Democrats may have been credited with more tech savvy in 2008, but Republican lawmakers are more popular on YouTube: Republicans account for eight of the top ten most-subscribed-to lawmaker YouTube channels, plus eight of the top ten most-viewed channels, according to findings by Citizentube.

They’re also using YouTube more than their Democratic counterparts: 89 percent of Republicans in Congress have YouTube channels, compared to 74 percent of Democrats. It’s been a year since YouTube launched its House and Senate hubs to host and promote lawmakers’ content.”

How to Hand Ted Kennedy’s Senate Seat to a Republican: Three Easy Steps
January 20, 2010, 9:00 am
Filed under: Obama

1. Run as an inspirational, bipartisan, commonsense, consensus-seeking moderate.
2. When you take office, aggressively push a far-left agenda that includes a government takeover of health care, massive and costly cap-and-trade energy taxes and trillions upon trillions in new wasteful spending.
3. If anybody dares to question your agenda, arrogantly and profanely dismiss them as racist, redneck teabaggers.

Stay the course, DC Dems. Please.

McDonnell Inauguration Highlights
January 20, 2010, 8:31 am
Filed under: Online Video, Republican Party | Tags:

Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, who I’m very proud to say is a Frank Strategies LLC client, was inaugurated on Saturday afternoon. Here’s a short video I produced featuring the day’s highlights:

Best of luck, Governor!