This is the most peculiar political advertisement I have ever seen in my entire life.

I truly couldn’t believe it was put out by the Cain campaign. I’m still not sure I believe it.

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5 Responses to This is the most peculiar political advertisement I have ever seen in my entire life.

  1. Anonymous says:

    This is the second bizarre Cain ad I’ve seen today.

    Attention-getting, though.

    I like Cain. I mean, except for the fact that nearly everything he stands for is creepy and idiotic. Of the entire Republican pack, I think he’d be the most interesting one to run against Obama. (Wouldn’t you just love to hear the O campaign trying to play the race card?) And Cain really is one of the few who’s ever done anything worth doing in the real world.

  2. Johnathan says:

    Um, seriously? I cry for the fact that real money was spent in the belief this is how to appeal to voters.

    Can I wake up now? Please?

  3. Jonathon there is no real money in the US anymore, it’s all Chinese monopoly money……

  4. Anonymous says:

    why does everyone ignore Ron Paul? Cain was a fed reserve chairman. Is that something really worth doing?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Why “everybody” (meaning the media) ignores Ron Paul is a darned interesting question and it’s good to see it being addressed by people like Jon Stewart.

    Why “everybody” (meaning the above commenters) ignores Ron Paul is a different matter. It might be that we have such a longtime fondness for Paul that we don’t even need to mention him in the context of making fun of the rest of the Republican rat pack. It might be that we know he hasn’t got a snowball’s chance in a rigged election. It might be that we think the whole election business is such an absurdity that we mention it only to laugh at it — in which case, do you really want anybody going after poor, noble RP?

To the stake with the heretic!