Wednesday, May 2, 2012

It's On!

I saw this campaign video on another conservative site named Gotta Get Drunk First and I had to post it. I have a sneaking suspicion that all of this crap is gonna backfire on the demorats in November. I guess when you consider that President Berry Sotero has nothing else left to fall back on, all that IS left is the "Big Lie".

What's really ironic is the fact that the democrats and far-left have held the Military in contempt for many many years and NOW they're trying to cloak themselves under the blanket of freedom our fighting men and women have so bravely provided. They are fucking despicable!


Anonymous said...

I think you're right. Their core supporters aren't big fans of the military, so they won't dig those ads. They're also quite disillusioned these days, so a lot of them aren't going to be voting.

The blue-collar democrats are more pro-military, so it might help with them a bit. However, Obama's economy is kicking them right in the gems, so he may not do well there either.

The main target is the vast bunch of undecided -- who, like most other Americans, support the military. I think they'll probably recognize this for the charade it is and be turned off.

Greasywrench AKA rich b said...

After nearly three generations of consistently trashing the Military via the Media, entertainment, and other sources I'm not buying the crap the dems are trying to sell.

Consider the one candidate the dems have ran recently who actually did have Military experience - John Kerry. What did we find out about him? Only that his so-called "swiftboat" saga and medals were based on a fantasy according to many other Vets who served with him.

Kerry's entire life was a prelude to a run for higher office and his "service" in Vietnam may have actually been a planned resume enhancer rather than actual combat service.

Maybe I'm wrong bitching about any man or woman who went to Vietnam - that took courage. I just have a hard time believing Kerry's stories when so many other who did serve with honor and distinction have questioned what he actually did there.

Anyway, that's the way I see it.