“both of the candidates in South Carolina’s congressional race are crazy, but only one of them hides it”
End time, strangest possibly “best” campaign ad ever
Sunday, May 5, 2013 at 09:30pm 12 Comments
I don’t know who is behind this.
I literally don’t know, but I have my suspicions. There’s only one person who could make such a thing, but I’m not naming names unless he or she comes out. But it’s just a suspicion.
I have to say, “both of the candidates in South Carolina’s congressional race are crazy, but only one of them hides it” seems like a likely path to victory for Mark Sanford.
H/t Aggie95 in the Tip Line (via Gateway Pundit), who writes:
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Wow, I guess after the “old folks home cock punch” ad from Obama last fall the Republican backers figure “what the heck, why not?”
Contempt of Court during a divorce proceeding.
If this is running on television, that’s %*^#%%-ing awesome! Love the Kermit Gosnell is not a frog image.
Bush hides the fact she is a demoncrat.
Oh, and Lizzie Borden never hacked her parents to death. She WAS arrested, though. 😀
I suppose that they run this before the Felicia the Goat ads.
Thanks! This was the source of the ONLY laugh I had today! 🙂
Better this than playing ‘Romney.’
After this, we need to forget about Mark Sanford, and keep him hidden in the corner of the country he’s in.
I can imagine the democrat media plotting to set the GOP up for failure by enabling Sanford as a national figure. You’ll see this guy as a guest on every democrat media outlet, as the GOP’s crazy uncle.
It’s a parody of the Busch attack ads against Sanford, each of which list his defects – but all of which amount to a different criticism of his Affaire Argentine.
I put the over/under for the GOP nominee at 53 BEFORE the primaries. It has not changed. NO WAY the 1st District of SC sends a union stooge to DC. Everyone is mad at Sanford, but he has his record in office to tout. He was a genuine reformer and budget-cutter, both as Governor and in Congress in the ’90s.
Lizzie Borden was innocent, by the way, the most recent examinations of the evidence are quite convincing. She almost certainly knew who did do it, though.
Estragon, I’ve adjusted the famous Lizzie Borden rhyme, accordingly:
Lizzie Borden knew who took an axe,
And gave her mother forty whacks.
Yes, she saw what they had done,
And yes, she saw them give her father forty-one.
While now we know she didn’t do the killing,
But also know she’s she’s an accessory after the fact.
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When I run for office I’m going to hire TMZ to do my ads. Damn, that was hilarious.