In the first advertising effort to support the Republicans in the ongoing fiscal cliff debate, the advocacy group Crossroads GPS will go on television Thursday trying to push the White House to offer more spending cuts as part of any deal. The group is buying $500,000 worth of time on national cable, including on CNN, as well on stations in the Washington area during the Sunday public affairs programs.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Crossroads and the Cliff
Consistent with its 501(c)(4) status, Crossroads GPS must do issues, not just elections. It is getting into the fiscal cliff debate with a spot criticizing President Obama for backing taxes. CNN reports: