We are a week-and-a-day away from saving America...and I keep wondering how much lower the "left" and the Democretins will go to try to steal this one. This might make their coup attempt of 2000 look like a pizza party. Every time I think that the Dembulbs and the left can't get any lower--they do! No less than three stories stand out today, including a guy keying the word "Obama" into cars and slashing the seats near Lost Angeles parked at homes with Romney signs. Then there was the story from Racine, Wisconsin Saturday where the Tea Party there was holding a rally for jobs and a truck loaded with Obama stickers pour nails all over the Sam's parking lot where the rally was taking place.
But nothing (at least so far) tops a video coming out of--where else?--San Francisco with a video of kids (none look to be older than 12) "from the future." They're zombie-looking, blaming their parents for voting for Mitt Romney because in their world Earth...is "frying" and Polar Bears are dying and the sea is just a pool of oil, parks are closed and the air is poison. The "brains" (and I use the term very loosley here) behind this piece of, uh, junk is Jeff Goodby of the agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners. They came up with the famous "Got Milk?" campaign and their clinents include Cheetos, Netflix, Nintendo and the NBA just to name a few.
This is terrifying on so many levels it's hard to know where to begin. Understand this is not an officially endorsed Obama campaign product but it represents a mindset on the part of Jeff Goodby who thinks it's fine! It's child abuse as far as I'm concerned and the idiotic parents who let their children appear in this atrocity should be ashamed of themselves. The Hitler Youth would be pleased, as well as the children of Mao with their "Little Red Book" who were encouraged to kill their parents if they didn't go along with the Communist way of life.
The video doesn't mention Romney by name but with lyrics like, "Big Bird is sacked," one doesn't need a PhD in Logic to get it. By the way, in case you didn't know...Big Bird and his buddies don't need a dime of our tax money--the franchise is awash in cash to the tune of some $400-million!
Meanwhile, the ad agency's communications coordinator Meagan Phillips tells "The Daily Caller" that the video is not an official project of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. Glad to hear it! Exactly who is an official project of--the "Tolly-bon," (as the Community Organizer pronounces it) Mr. Goodby? Any company and/or product doing business with this agency should cancel their contract. Remember all the advertisers who left Rush Limbaugh over his criticism of Sandra--my birth control should be paid for by taxpayers--Fluke? Other than brainwashing kids and the O-Zombies you tell me the difference.