Skip to comments.Santorum Unveils ‘Obamaville’ Video, Scary Music Included (NY Times is not happy about it...)
Posted on 03/25/2012 5:13:34 AM PDT by jimbo123
In a new video from Rick Santorum, it is hardly morning in America. It is more like apocalypse in America.
From the opening sequence of a large raven to subsequent images of boarded-up buildings, a 1950s-style fallout shelter and alternating views of President Obama with the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, this is one bleak future.
The video is meant to show the consequences of re-electing Mr. Obama.
John Brabender, the Santorum strategist who made the video, said it was a trailer for an eight-part series that will start in two weeks. Each of those videos will show how various Obama policies, such as those regarding health care and energy, have affected everyday life.
(Excerpt) Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com ...
Propagandists don’t like the truth.
I’m sure Team Mittens isn’t happy about it either.
I can see the writer's tears falling on his keyboard. Does my heart a world of good!
I think its a great video.
LOL! “sworn American enemy” Look for the flash frame of Obama intermingled with Akmadinijad. Download this now before someone really complains and gets it pulled.
I’ve been spreading it around on twitter too.
I don’t think it helps Santorum. I’m open to a Santorum nomination, but it hit me wrong. Imagery is WAY too suggestive/negative at this point. (Okay, the dude with th gas pump to his head was funny).
This is better than DemocRATS.
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Why am I not surprised....
see my tagline.
So do I.
Look at the “Like” and “Dislike” meter.
“Imagery is WAY too suggestive/negative at this point.”
More negative than the past three years and the prospect of four more years of the ignorant jug-eared Marxist?
The dude with the gas pump to his head was VERY funny. Some enterprising artist should make that the 2012 poster, much like the hopey, changey one from 2008. The imagery is terrific. What American can’t relate to that?
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