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

Doug Indeap* Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 2:05 PM
This has become tedious. You but state what I already understood you to believe (to be the meaning of "substantive" that is). My meaning (and, if you recall the beginning of this thread, that is what we are talking about) was otherwise. Again, you can look it up in a dictionary--and learn the term's meaning in the sense that I used it. I'm not arguing with you about my meaning; I'm telling you.

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...