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Riehl World View takes us back to an early anti Hillary ad put forth by the Obama campaign.  What are your reactions to it today?

One word comes to mind... projection.

And in no way does the ad promote violence eh?

Crossposted at Brutally Honest.


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As I recall when that got o... (Below threshold)

As I recall when that got out, it wasn't an "official" ad by the Obama campaign, but the product of an overly zealous staffer.

Interesting, though...


Gosh, you take away those h... (Below threshold)
Don L:

Gosh, you take away those helmets and put purple shirts with rainbow badges on them thought police and...1984 appears so ...well...1984-ish.

Wasn't it racist for him to use black uniforms?

The Overly Zealous Staffer ... (Below threshold)

The Overly Zealous Staffer defense, huh? I think that went out with "I was only following orders."

That wasn't that Nancy Pelo... (Below threshold)

That wasn't that Nancy Pelosi cartoon gavel, was it?

The add is more anti Obama ... (Below threshold)

The add is more anti Obama then Shillary. With brownshirts and skinheads it fits him perfectly.

Big Brotha is watching you.... (Below threshold)

Big Brotha is watching you.

The '1984' commercial from ... (Below threshold)
jim m:

The '1984' commercial from Apple is one of the most, if not THE most, famous commercials in television history. I find it telling that obama's people so conveniently ignore the fact that it is copyright protected property and feel that they have every right to appropriate it for their own uses and never felt any responsibility to ask for permission or apologize for taking someone else's property.

This should have served as an early warning that obama doesn't believe that anybody has any property rights and that everything exists for his convenience first.

And yet, I can't help but t... (Below threshold)

And yet, I can't help but think of The Chain Smoker as the character in Being There, Chauncey Gardener. Granted, unlike Crackhead Barry he's a benign personality. But think of the similarity of hypnotized masses (the loony left) falling in lockstep for a small man who's a knucklehead.







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