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Desc:Only THE OX can fight the evil liberal force that is KING ROY THE RAT
Category:Advertisements, News & Politics
Tags:republicans, georgia, GOP, King Roy the rat
Submitted:GQ
Date:10/18/09
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Caminante Nocturno
1:02.
Gojira1000
did ... did they do this in MS Paint? ... also ... the Cocker Spaniel?
revdrew
I hope this starts a trend of political attack ads being done with nothing but Word clip art.

Also, liberal agenda = denying raises to teachers.
twinkieafternoon
1:42 Triumphant music, because the Ox was there!
kingarthur
Who...who the fuck is this intended for or directed against?

Oh.
eatenmyeyes
I thought it was supposed to be pandering to Chinese Americans since the Ox follows the Rat in the Chinese Zodiac.

memedumpster
Do not look away from... the nozzle.
thebaronsdoctor
I choose to vote for the snake, he has a much better education and healthcare policy and is able to swallow things many times greater than his own head
TeenerTot
What the hell is this?
Seriously? Democrats are anti-business, anti-education, anti-agriculture?

Also, wherever that ox goes, buildings are destroyed.
Hooper_X
This is John Oxendine. He's already on POETV. http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=62941

He's just following in a long and glorious tradition of Georgia Republicans creating the douchiest, shittiest, assholiest campaign ads imaginable.
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