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Video: The Gold Standard in 'You Didn't Build That' Ads

August19 Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 5:33 PM
"You didn't build that" was supposed to mean roads and bridges, what? If that was the case Mr. President, you would have stated " You didn't build those" as roads and bridges are plural. We know what you meant. I'll keep using those roads and bridges (that we paid for with our taxes) so that I can get to and from work so I can continue to pay "not my fair share" so those who don't pay any income tax won't have to pay their fair share.

Near perfection from the American Future Fund:
 


I only say near perfection because it's 90 seconds long, and therefore not television-friendly.  I suppose they could air the full thing, but it would be exceedingly -- if not prohibitively -- expensive.  Other than the length, it's virtuosic.  Using Obama's counter-ad at the outset (and again, devastatingly, at the end) is a stroke of genius because it allows viewers to hear the president's revisionist excuse, followed immediately by his full original remarks.  No editing required, aside...