Wednesday, October 29, 2008

McCain says it all in 30 seconds

He doesn't need a 30 minute infomercial.



Shades of Ross Perot's crazy aunt in the attic that nobody wants to talk about, Obama has spent millions of his dirty campaign money to bombard us in our homes tonight, for half an hour, on all networks. According to Advertising Age, Obama is on track to spend more on TV ads in the last 25 days of the race than McCain's entire campaign, but then Obama reneged on his campaign promise to accept public funding, which McCain has accepted. Guess he figured out you could get a lot more money laundered through your unsecured website donation link and nobody seems to care except us bitter Clinton supporters and the poeple in Pennsylvania clinging to their guns and religion.

This massive propaganda campaign to buy the presidency that he isn't qualified to hold turns my stomach. $230 million in advertising Obama has spent, to inundate us with fancy words and soon-to-be-broken promises.

He said of himself in the book, whose title was inspired by Reverend Wright, The Audacity of Hope: "I serve as a blank screen, on which people of vastly different political stripes project their own views.”

Well, my screen will be blank tonight because I certainly won't watch this crap.

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