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Over the top campaign ad?

It's a campaign advertisement created by Hollywood mogul David Zucker. The intent was to have Republican organizations use this ad in the closing weeks of the 2006 campaign. Apparently Republican leaders are afraid to use the ad .. they say it's over the top. You watch. You decide.

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by K-Billy

submitted October 13th 2006

27 comments
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Yeah you would hate to have to bring up Donald Rumsfeld selling N Korea 2 Nuclear Reactors during that period ...Or Saddam Hussian Chemical Weapons a few years before...


I could go on and on and on ....but I am sure you have some little boys to PM...
11 years ago
This might have seemed meaningful in any way if I'd remembered to lobotomize myself before watching it.
11 years ago
Who's the fat red haired bitch?
11 years ago
I dunno, but she doesn't know how to paint rocks very well...
11 years ago
theres no audio yak
11 years ago
From what I understand of versions with sound, the fat bitch in the commercial is supposed to show some kind of resemblence to Madeline Albright and it states that the Democrats treat security as a trivial matter and would prefer to placate tyrants rather than confront them.

Or should we say confront tyrants who no longer serve any purpose to the US or have begun to bite the hand that fed them.
11 years ago
whatta load of propaganda bullshit.... everyone knows Kim Jong Il can't dunk!

11 years ago
Umm ok good i thought it was my computer fucking up but this video like gunner asch said no fuckin audio
11 years ago
The Chairman got it right.
11 years ago
no audio... fucking wtf... weird re processing ;/
11 years ago
uploading the fixed version now ... it should make slightly more sense ;)
11 years ago
i popped wood when her dress split.

fap fap fap
11 years ago
This is how low the administration is going , accusing the opposition of practically colluding with the enemy.

This truely is a sad sad state of affairs.
11 years ago
yes, under clinton. you idiot.
11 years ago
^^ that was directed at savage.
11 years ago
ps, still no sound :(
11 years ago
nivermind. sound is back on.
11 years ago
Why don't we stop worrying about the past and spending all our time trying to blame the other party for making mistakes and concentrate on the future of this country. Bring all the soldiers home and let the rest of the world worry about themselves. If a country starts to mess with us just drop them a couple of nukes instead of sending thousands of soldiers to die.
11 years ago
Concentrate on the future of the country? Those damn politicians and higher-ups don't concentrate on anything besides their own asses. Just like cotb said, those fuckers are the ones that got the U.S. into the shit that it's in right now. As the foriegn policy goes, who the hell knows what kind of shit these bitches have done in other countries. The government doesn't put the country as their priority, they put their own agenda as priority. It's just a shame that the country, and the citizens in it, have to deal with the consequences. As far as dropping nukes, we're all pretty much fucked in that situation.
11 years ago
Screw Bill Clinton... He was the BEST Republican President you Morons ever had...


Fact is though Blaming this crap on Clinton is like blaming the guy who took your order at McDonalds for your fat ass...
11 years ago
you know the Irony in sending all these troops to fight for controll over these second and third world countries is that in 30 years or so, its suggested by many that america will be full swing into the degradation from a first to second world country with the promising outlook of a third world future on the horizion.

It's a sad fact, but americas infastructure is physically failing. Large cities across America have a horrible reputation for dilapidating core structure. As cities expand, the businesses and factories that once operated in the central areas shut down or outsource to places with more accessability to transportation and the public. With the move, the people which were employed by the given buisnesses often leave as well, creating a sprawling expanse of middle class housing ready to be turned into slums, becomming populated by low to zero income demographics. The process eventually continues, multiplying exponentally as cities grow, the buisness and industrial districts move outward as the suburbs build on more and more land, where all the while the slums take up the rest of the places left behind.

Eventually the mainstay of the population will become the poor (having large families of 3 to 5 or more children at a time) where the middle, and upper middle class families having one or two children in a life time fade out. In time with the spread of the poor through the social infastructure, they're all that will be left to fill the factories and matienence level jobs, with the rich essentially left controlling them.
11 years ago
^^ Do you have a good example for that happening red?

And Savage I dont know how you are getting Bill Clinton confused as a republican since he registered as a Democrat, but it's understandable since you are a complete and utter dipshit moron.

And the McDonalds analogy makes no sense what so ever. Thanks to that dipshit, now North Korea has nukes.
11 years ago
r3db4r0n.....refering to your comment, that's Capitalism at its best.
11 years ago
Just bringing up some Facts you morons:

"Rumsfeld sat on ABB's board from 1990 to 2001, earning $190,000 a year. ABB is a European engineering giant based in Z├╝rich, Switzerland. In 2000 this company sold two light water nuclear reactors to North Korea, as part of President Bill Clinton's policy of persuading the North Korean regime to positively engage with the West.

The sale of the nuclear technology was a high-profile contract. ABB's then chief executive, Goran Lindahl, visited North Korea in November 1999 to announce ABB's "wide-ranging, long-term cooperation agreement" with the communist government. Mr. Rumsfeld's office said that the Secretary of Defense did not "recall it being brought before the board at any time". But ABB spokesman Bjorn Edlund told Fortune that "board members were informed about this project."

Wow Im so smart I can copy and paste :)
11 years ago
Philadelphia at least a couple of years would have been an example of the inner core rotting as downtown became a rundown slum of a place. Conversely Chicago is an example of a city which is trying to reverse such a trend and apparently succeeding.

A nice and very famous article from a neo-conservative called Robert Kaplan (who incidentally was invited at the behest of Paul Wolfowitz in November 2001 to discuss arguments for an invasion of Iraq) who wrote The Coming Anarchy. He was probably the forerunner in the post-Cold War period of how the industrialised world may fall back into the third world instead and from there gave birth to a number of theories on urban decay in the developed world.
11 years ago
I feel I really don't have to anwser k billys comment...
11 years ago
Thats ok red. I guess that means i really dont have to feel like I believe you then.
11 years ago
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