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

DinCO Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 3:21 PM
Such lovely sophistry from our articulate President. Liars, if this was "his point", why stop there, why not also through in some, "it is better to give than to receive" or "it is always blackest before the dawn"? Why? Because his point was, as any rational human knows, was to back up his class envy mantra that the successful and wealthy OWE IT to the rest of us to pay more in taxes. Dress it up however you want, but that is what it was.

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...