The Real Mitt Romney

Posted in Campaign ads at 10:08 pm by angela

When Mitt Romney was leaving the office of the Governor of Massachusetts, he trashed all official correspondence. But he can’t hide his history. Here are ads created by Ted Kennedy’s campaign when Mitt Romney ran against him.


Doing the Rand Paul stomp

Posted in Campaign ads, neo-Nazi at 10:18 pm by angela

Okay guys, watch this, tweet it, email it to your friends, blog it. Let’s make this video of Rand Paul’s Bourbon County campaign manager Tim Profitt curb-stomping moveon.org activist Lauren Valle go viral.

Did you hear, the Neo-Nazi thug is demanding an apology from her?

No doubt this guy has a background of violence. My guess is he’s a neo-Nazi and Paul knew about it when he accepted his campaign help.


Swift Kids for truth

Posted in Campaign ads, humor at 8:37 pm by angela

They’re just making the observation, and they think you ought to be thinking about it, too.

Get the latest news satire and funny videos at 236.com.

Attack of the robots

Posted in Campaign ads, Election 2008, Futurism, humor at 7:37 pm by angela


Our worst nightmares are being realized. Act now, before resistance becomes futile.


Are you better off than you were 4 years ago?

Posted in Campaign 08 on Youtube, Campaign ads, John McCain, video at 5:16 pm by angela

Nobody said it better than the Great Communicator.

Ronald Reagan Explains Why Progressive Economics Works


McCain’s mental state

Posted in Campaign ads, Election 2008, John McCain in his own words at 8:46 pm by angela

This is a very interesting blog post about John McCain’s mental and emotional state. The original poster makes an excellent case that he is paranoid and falling deep in hate for Obama, who he sees as “the enemy”. Others suggest plausibly that he may have an existing personality disorder, PTSD, or incipient dementia, all of which agrees with what I have been saying in a general sense—except for the part about the dementia, with which I have wholeheartedly agreed all along.


But if that’s his excuse, what about Sarah Palin? I mean, aside from being a narcissist, a paranoid religious fanatic, and a right wing gun nut…is that enough or is there more? Is she out and out trying to destroy the world as a part of some beloved End Times?

It certainly looks like they’re trying to incite violence. Does the fact that they are unconcerned about death threats coming from their own followers mean that these are plants in the audience?

Take your toys and go home, Sarah. Stop trying to play Adolph Hitler. It’s time to give the Devil his due.


There are McCain-Palin ads…

Posted in Campaign ads, humor, Hypocrisy, John McCain at 9:14 pm by angela

And then there is Saturday Night Live’s take on them. How low can you go?

Priceless comment–

John McCain (24+ / 0-)

Cost to produce at a hate-filled smear ad: $5,000

Cost of media buy to smear your opponent across the swing states: $900,000 per month.

Cost of having SNL expose McCain for the hypocrite and liar that he is: PRICELESS!

Bipartisanship isn’t going to happen as long as one of America’s two great parties believes that when it comes to politics, stupidity is the best policy.

by War Horse on Sun Sep 21, 2008 at 05:21:07 AM PDT

Daily Kos entry


Approval Ratings: The Public vs McCain

Posted in Campaign ads, Election 2008, video at 1:59 pm by angela

As someone pointed out on Digg.com, the fact that McCain’s voting record for this year is 100% behind Bush is as much as anything an anomaly based on the fact that he stopped attending sessions and voting sometime in March. His record has never been that of a worker, but it just so happens that the few votes he did attend he agreed with Bush, not that he necessarily agrees with 100% of Bush’s positions and voted that way.

I wonder if anybody has actually done the definitive YouTube video on John McCain’s attendance record during his tenure in the Senate…