Thursday, August 18, 2011

The Best Political Ad in Years

Posted By on Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 11:15 AM

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I don't know what my favorite aspect of this ad that ran in the Austin Chronicle today, but there are a number of contenders.

a) The Star Wars font.
b) That the guy who paid for the ad claims to have knowledge of Rick Perry's infidelity because he is "a patron of Austin strip clubs” who has “excellent contacts in the Austin strip club community.”
c) The seemingly unnecessary and somewhat indecipherable Hillary Clinton reference
d) That the ad is willing to take down Perry on either hetero- or homosexual fronts.

It's going to be a long road to the 2012 election, so I'm willing to accept any form of amusement to make the time go by quicker. Thanks, Robert Morrow!

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