|Stopheles - 2016-02-15 |
This election cycle is fucking BIZARRE.
|chumbucket - 2016-02-15 |
Should have went the extra step and show the printer/copier as an HP product.
|Quad9Damage - 2016-02-15 |
Love how the general theme of these attack ads has been "Even a symbiote watches movies."
|Oscar Wildcat - 2016-02-15 |
..and you say this is an attack ad _against_ Hillary? Cruz doesn't even have clue one.
|15th - 2016-02-15 |
Supposedly written and directed by Mike Judge. Bummer.
It was pretty disheartening when I figured out that King of the Hill wasn't satire.
You want a real bummer, watch his guest spot on Alex Jones.
So just to be clear about this: If Hillary is Peter Gibbons in this ad parody, Who is Ted Cruz? Lumbergh?
Either that or the guy who wants his red stapler back..
A lot of the better cartoonists of the 80s and 90s ended up libertarian. Do youself a favor and don't look at anything Peter Bagge has done since 9/11 if you liked the Bradleys.
It's kind of the second wave punk way, really, especially in New England. After 30 they go rockabilly and get libertarian.
source?? i could see mike judge voting republican but i feel like if he directed this ad it would have sucked less.
Yeah I can't find any evidence that Judge had anything to do with it, besides providing the source material. Are Cruz' campaign ads the first time a presidential candidate has done something kind of childish with the "go-viral" mentality in mind? You see it in local elections, but the only outcome I can see here is young (and old) Republicans taking Trump more seriously than Cruz.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2016-02-15 |
I'd vote for an indicted Clinton over Cruz or any of the other asshat R's.
|Robin Kestrel - 2016-02-16 |
See, cause Republicans are anti-PC.
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