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

Doug Indeap* Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 8:42 PM
You confuse disagreement with non-substantive. A substantive point does not become less so just because someone disagrees with it.

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...