In 2008 I admired the sheer cutthroat genius of efforts to elect Barack Obama, complete with astroturfing. I knew there was no way a Republican would win that race, especially after an 8-year character assassination of President George W. Bush.
Now there's a video out catering to the extreme Left.
Anyway, segue to 2012 and a less than stellar term for the Illinois senator who, had his party not urged him towards an office he simply was not ready for, might one day have become a great president in the eyes of more than just loyalist Democrats.
The 2012 Obama effort has more than once led me to ask myself whether he really wants to win a second term. From the fictional wreck of a girl named Julia to the Big Bird meme to the lost soul I call Virgin Girl, each phase of Obama supporters’ efforts has resembled a train wreck.
Dump in the Cutter Cartel, with his deputy campaign manager up front and central as one of the most unlikable women in the land, and you have a perfect storm of failure.
Now there’s an ad with a bunch of creepy kids singing a song about killing all the polar bears and breathing poison air and “fixing” gays.
I don’t think the ad is technically associated with the Obama campaign. I would, however, point out that the party advocating abortion based on sexual selection would be the Democrats.
This song comes on the heels of a real life death scene in Benghazi, Libya, when our president turned his back on Americans in a volatile zone in a country he chose to engage in war.
Hint to kids: It won’t be Mitt Romney who starts an unnecessary war—your guy beat him to the punch on that one.
These kids remind me of the film Children of the Corn. I figure the creators of the video don’t like their parents too much.
This is a perfect example of the disconnect between the Left and Main St.
The video is a perfect prelude to Halloween—these kids don’t even need costumes to creep you out.
A final thought—who wrote the lyrics? You’d think a tony ad agency could afford to hire a decent lyricist.
*Ed. Note: You can watch the vid at the Daily Caller—the image is embedded with the link. A rational individual will probably not be able to watch the whole thing. I made it through about a third of this abomination.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/Oct. 28, 2012)