Republicans Jump on Obama’s Cambridge Police Comments

By Gorman Gorman

Jul 23, 2009 4:27pm

ABC News' David Chalian Reports:  The National Republican Senatorial Committee is trying to make some political hay out of President Obama’s comments about the Cambridge Police last night.The NRSC has launched some online banner ads running on what it calls “select web sites” for the next several days.  As of this writing, the ad is currently up live on the Drudge Report.  The NRSC is making inquiries into placing it on other popular sites too.Brian Walsh, communications director for the NRSC, says the committee is running the ads “to solicit feedback from Americans regarding their thoughts on the President’s decision to take sides in the controversial Cambridge police matter last night.”The ad asks viewers to vote on whether or not the comments were presidential.  Of course, by clicking and participating in the online vote, the viewer is brought to the NRSC website where making a donation is a click away.

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