Skip to comments.Pelosi a Zombie Leader in New Attack Ad
Posted on 10/01/2012 12:38:55 PM PDT by Sub-Driver
Pelosi a Zombie Leader in New Attack Ad
Political attack ads mostly follow the same formula: A foreboding voice, a series of damning facts and figures, and a call for action.
So what makes an ad stand out?
Nancy Pelosis challenger John Dennis uses a different tact zombies. Theres also a sacrificial lamb and an over-the-top impersonation of Pelosi.
The creation of Chris Burgard, who also cut ads for Herman Cain during his failed bid for the Republican presidential nomination, the new ad casts the California congressswoman as a cult leader of the living-dead as they prepare to sacrifice a lamb.
We must first gut the sacrifice so that you can find out whats in the sacrifice, the Pelosi impersonator says. The line is a parody of her now-infamous remark about the Affordable Healthcare Act where she said, We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.
Dennis, a pro-gay marriage, pro-marijuana Republican, is the hero of the skit, stepping in to save the lamb.
(Excerpt) Read more at abcnews.go.com ...
If Pelosi ever lost her office to a Republican, you could paint every county in the US red.
“over-the-top impersonation of Pelosi”
Pewosi accompwishes “over-the-top” wadher nicely all by her widdle self.....hahahahaha!
One has to wonder how many are actually occupying her body.
Wish that they had used the real Pelosi, she's much scarier.
What a hoot! “Ve must gut the sacrifice to see vut’s in it.”
The problem is that the people in her district will think that portraying her this way IS IN SUPPORT OF HER.
Now if you showed her with normal family values, that would cost her votes in the Bay Area.
Only slightly better production values than “The Innocence of Muslims”. IMHO, this won’t do him any good.
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