Monday, October 06, 2008

Thirteen Minutes

...is all it takes to reduce John McCain' reputation of a Maverick™ and reformer to rubble.



How much would a thirteen minute ad cost?

Prediction: Look for some horrendously produced rip-off / response video from the McCain camp—only, unlike this one which is 100% true and skewers McCain with his own defense attorney—The GOP version will be complete fabrication about Reverend Wright and Bill Ayers rowing a boat out to Hawaii to indoctrinate an eight-year-old boy to be their Manchurian Black Panther candidate for President forty years later...

8 comments:

Rickey Henderson said...

It's a great video, the only issue is that it's 13 minutes long. They need to figure out a way to boil down the Keating scandal into a 30 second commercial that joe fuckwit can digest quickly. Otherwise this won't combat the Weather Underground bullshit that the McCain campaign is slinging.

Mr Furious said...

I hear ya, but the real target audience is the media...this is now a safe topic for discussion, whereas it was verboten before this...

Don't be suprised to see it come up in the debate tonite.

Smitty said...

I think the 30-second commercial will be born of this. This is reaching its target audience I think.

Rickey Henderson said...

Agreed, this abso-fucking-lutely is coming out tonight.

'Bama:"Oh you want to talk about who I had coffee with, John? Fine, how about we chat about you receiving campaign donations from an S&L company that robbed a whole bunch of elderly folks of their life savings?"

Mr Furious said...

Yeah, it might come up if the questions weren't pre-screened from the audience in a pretend town hall format...

* The questions will be culled from a group of 100 to 150 uncommitted likely voters in the audience and another one-third to come via the Internet. Brokaw selects which questions to ask from written queries submitted prior to the debate.

* The Gallup Organization makes sure the questioners reflect the demographic makeup of the nation.

* An audience member isn't allowed to switch questions and will not be allowed a follow-up either. His or her microphone will be turned off after the question is read and a camera shot will only be shown of the person asking -- not reacting.

* The moderator may not ask follow-ups or make comments.

* McCain and Obama will be provided with director's chairs, but they're also allowed to stand. They can't roam past their "designated area" marked on the stage and are not supposed to ask each other direct questions.

steves said...

I thought the ad looked pretty sharp, but I don't think the Ayers or Keating scandal will do much for either candidate.

Rickey Henderson said...

Yeah, none of the attacks came up last night furious. Looks like McCain is content with Palin doing all the attacking while he just dotters about on the debate stage. How long until they swap places on the ticket? A week? Two?

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