Tuesday, October 10

nonfiction

Hollywood producer David Zucker ("Airplane," "The Naked Gun") has created a midterm election ad for the GOP that has been deemed as "too hot" by Republican strategists in Washington DC.

That's a shame because the spot humorously tells the truth about how the Left 'plays games' with America's national security.

In the ad, an actress portraying Madeline Albright, paints the walls of Osama bin Laden's cave, changes the flat tire of a terrorist, and cheers North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il as he plays basketball.

Good stuff. Click 'Nonfiction' above to see the video.

6 Comments:

Blogger Lisa said...

I like blatant partisanship as much as you do, but I would have made the same decision those strategists did. There's a better way to send that message. I think the voters get where the Left stands on national security.

2:34 PM  
Blogger Kent said...

No way. Drop it into a 527 and tag the ad: "America Cannot Afford To Play Games With National Security. Vote Republican."

4:04 PM  
Blogger Lisa said...

If you want to let a 527 run it, that's fine. But I prefer my official RNC type ads a little bit more conservative in style.

5:11 PM  
Blogger Kent said...

I agree that taking the high road is always the better way. But I also think that we'd reach a certain part of the population with this type of storytelling.

Remember -- I'm an advertising guy. I love figuring out ways to reach the most eyeballs.

11:15 AM  
Blogger Jaz said...

I love the ad. It's Hilarious.

10:01 PM  
Blogger Matt P. said...

Here's a link to an interesting youtube video showing testimony being given before Senate committee about the Iraq War.

http://rattube.com/blog1/2006/10/09/george-galloway-vs-us-senate-51705/

7:03 AM  

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