|SDAusmus - 2012-03-24 |
I particularly liked the subliminal "Obama = Ahmadinejad" bit at :40.
|IrishWhiskey - 2012-03-24 |
Aside from identifying the figurehead of Iran as it's leader, the ad is all true.
Of course, that'll also all be true under Republicans, since "freedom of religion under attack" to them means "religions other than the far-right American rewrite of Christianity are still allowed to exist". And the rest is inevitable, however much they'd like to build a time-machine to the 50s. The baby boomers are causing the problem, and demanding others solve and pay for the solution.
|Aernaroth2 - 2012-03-24 |
Whoa, Obamaville sure is a lot like 2008.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2012-03-24 |
It's a pity that Obama isn't really doing this (the republicans are), because small-town America needs to die, and it needs to die fast and ugly.
|Cena_mark - 2012-03-24 |
A political ad in the style of a horror film trailer. I think Republican fear-mongering has peaked.
|The Mothership - 2012-03-24 |
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|Riskbreaker - 2012-03-24 |
So, Obama should totally go to war with Iran? Or what the hell are these people complaining about then?
|Redford - 2012-03-24 |
The funny part is, yesterday morning (March 23) Santorum responded to his current loss to Rondey by about double by suggesting that he's an "Etch-a-sketch" candidate while waving one around. Then he suggested to the members of his political party that if they weren't going to vote for him, they may as well re-elect Obama which will inevitably lead to the destruction of the United States.
At this point, it appears that Santorum believes that only he is worthy to be president and is willing to undermine the efforts of his entire political party if they choose someone else to run.
It's out of some action/adventure flick:
"I'M TAKING ALL OF YOU WITH ME! HAHA!"
|nuzzles - 2012-03-24 |
Obamaville has no black people in it, so it's got at least one thing going for Santorum and his ilk.
That's because all the black people have been given all the nice places.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-03-24 |
Am I the only one that thinks its weird that the way the media gets upset over Iran potentially having the bomb is far overshadowing any mention of North Korea possessing AND SETTING OFF nuclear bombs?
I mean, when was the last time you heard Fox News go into daily reports on North Korea's nuclear program? In comparison to Iran especially? The coverage was never this huge over North Korea.
Also, how exactly will Rick Santorum alleviate doctor's visits and the time it takes to see someone? I don't remember that part.
North Korea doesn't have AIPAC lobbying against it (using U.S. aid money).
North Korea doesn't have oil, and isn't full of scary AY-RABS who worship another god.
|spikestoyiu - 2012-03-24 |
Am I the only one hoping that this leads to some sort of crazy Rick Santorum version of FarmVille?
|memedumpster - 2012-03-24 |
I wish I could invent a garbage dumpster that was so neato that all you'd have to do was set it up somewhere and the garbage would literally flee the homes nearby and jump without effort into the dumpster by itself. It would usher in a whole new era of garbage collection and I would name the dumpster "Christianity."
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