Hillary's New Ad

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Hillary Clinton has a new ad out. You can see the original here.

In watching the ad, which is about security and which candidate will keep us safe, I noticed the ad had a fundamental flaw in its logic. I've fixed it at no charge to the Clinton campaign. You can see my remixing of the ad below.

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With Hillary at 3 AM, the phone call is more likely to be: "Do you know where you husband is?"

And Rightly So!

Funniest. RS post. ever.

Mr. Dodgy is a 'anybody but Clinton' lefty and you should take anything he says with a pinch of salt. And probably a shot of tequila. Or two.

I say we copy it, insert "McCain" for "Clinton", and run it against Obama in the general.

"I ain't never votin' fo another Democrat so long as I can draw breath! I'll vote for a dog first!" - Leola Thomas

rxfeather A dog may be better than the policies we have endured for the past 7 years.

and everyone else, thought of the minute we heard that commercial.

Two thirds of the world is covered by water,
the other third is covered by Champ Bailey.

It certainly appears to be a John McCain ad until she shows up.

I always thought someone in her position had people to answer the phone for her. You know, like secretaries and stuff. (Dang, I need a smiley or two for this one.)

Seriously, IIRC, she did spend a lot of her time in the White House during her previous administration listening to phone conversations, didn't she? Did we really think it would be any different this time around?


Someone over at the website that shall not be linked located this ad in the YouTube collection. It seems to bear just a bit of resemblance to Hillary's ad, though its ending is more along the lines of Erick's modest revision.

Now I think the whole "plagiarism" hubdub is a crock of cow excrement, but those who live by the sword risk dying by the sword.

Actually, the whole matter is rather amusing. Hillary's ad would appear to be following the military strategy of marching one's infantry into the path of an enemy enfilade.

And hopefully just as successful...

And Rightly So!

You have to wonder at the thought process behind this ad (the Hillary version). Does her campaign really think that a large portion of Democratic primary voters are focused on national security? She'd be better off promising to force Volvo to bring back the 240.

You can't afford the price of free corn.

or to put it in Hillary's perspective, $35 million to help Barack lose. She can run again in 4 years only if McCain beats Obama in the general if she loses the nomination (all but assured at this point I think).

Two thirds of the world is covered by water,
the other third is covered by Champ Bailey.

It seemed like a good idea back in 1998, even though you weren't a "stand by your man" type according to your famous quote from earlier, better days. You made the calculation to stand by your man after you'd been publicly humiliated by that big-haired, plus-sized bimbo. It would all be worth it, someday, when you got your turn at the reins of power. And, then, oh how you'd ride!

You can't afford the price of free corn.

Even if Obama did win and even if he then went on to win another four years, she could still run in 2016, she'd be 68 and women do live longer than men.

Obama or Clinton will be a first time winner.
Kerry was a first time winner.
Gore was an exception due to being the incumbent VP.
Clinton was a first time winner.
Dukakis was a first time winner.
Mondale was a first time winner.
Carter was a first time winner.
You have to go back to [1972] to find someone who'd run for President before and lost the nomination, who wasn't an incumbent.

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It was on fox and friends. He was recounting how the Mondale campaign dealt with Gary Hart. Here is to hoping Hillary is another mondale.
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Each of their ads could be SNL skits.
Back from the days when it was funny.
HRC up at 3AM and nicely dressed?
HRC not melting down under stress?
American moms restfully, gratefully, peering in on their sleeping cherubs while the great HRC looks down from the WH?
These two clowns are now pretending that they are the tough answer to the world's problems and American challenges?
Give. Me. A. Break.

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