``Scary Movie`` Producer`s Anti-Democrat Ad

Submitted by: buddy 10 years ago

So, election season is here.
There are 87 comments:
Female 442
In fear of saying something retarded (for I know nothing in politics) I will say nothing except I found that kind of funny. I do think it kind of had a good point though (please don`t kill me, I`m stupid!!!!).
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Female 368
Besides just being a ridiculous, inaccurate, and generally stupid ad, that Madeleine Albright impersonator was terrible. She looked absolutely noting like her.
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Female 144
this is also an exaggerated perspetive on democrats, and hey you people at there like cnlbell shouldnt hate the democrat way just because of one democrats mistake (clinton) there not all liers and pushovers ok gaaad
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Female 144
ooo o political rantings! waaah waaaaaah! this add was stoopid and exagerated. the end. this add shouldnt be taken seriously or to offense. so chill.
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Male 312
yeah sugaman except after you hit them in the teeth, their brother walks over and detonates a bomb in a hospital 2 blocks from your house
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Male 21
"Kids today, raised on television that is inherently liberal to the nth degree and absolutely hateful to conservativism with abandon. The American people are gullible and stupid with nothing but left wing television to get their information from."

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHHA - you`re kidding, right? The whole "Left wing media" thinkg is nonsense. Mostly eveyone is about ratings, reporting what news there is. Truly biased reporting and pandering mostly happens on the Fox network. Fox is so shamefully right wing, it is nothing more than a mouthpice for this administration.
Try changing the channel some time and see what lies you are being fed, by the `left wing media`.

As for you, sunwavewind - i agree, just because you can`t vote, doesn`t mean you can`t form an opinion; but that also means you should know that you had no part in choosing the government that represents you, and that it is your duty to get informed before you do vote.

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Female 690
Whats with people saying stuff about people who aren`t old enough to vote! Just because someones to young to vote doesn`t mean they don`t have an opinion or that its their parents opinion.
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Female 690
It`s an awful add. Violence doesn`t solve anything. This has been the same situation for hundereds of years like the crusades for example they were the west vs the bad guys, nothing really changed. For all these years countries have just used violence and if it keeps going we are eventually going to have big enough weapons and destroy the world. Countries need to find a better way to solve their differences not just sending soldiers to a country because they don`t like what that country is doing internally.
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Female 420
Good ad by the way.
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Female 420
Kids today, raised on television that is inherently liberal to the nth degree and absolutely hateful to conservativism with abandon. People act like Bush jr. is the only president to make mistakes during a difficult time. Democrats would have you believe they are infallible. Clinton`s ridiculous interview where he basically tried to cover up his mistakes by saying, "I tried." Well, if his effort hadn`t been half assed, then maybe we wouldn`t be at war right now. Or maybe we would, it doesn`t really matter now. I think both parties suck at accepting blame for their part in any of the problems we have. The American people are gullible and stupid with nothing but left wing television to get their information from.
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Male 269
"the south" was democrats (mason dixie), republicans (the north) freed the slaves & fought for equality

the south winning, would be liberals bringing back slavery & inequality, which they fought to keep

conservative/liberal states were almost opposite back then to what the landscape is now

ICRice92, you remind me of Jim Marshall (NFL), who`s team do you think your on

brainwashed by tv i see

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Male 197
yeah bomb everywhere, that`ll help. sincewhen have north koreans been terrorists anyway? and why is terrorism inherently evil, i`ll point out that the US was funding the ira and al quaeda. its only bad when they attack you isnt it?
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Male 44
Republicans are taking over the country :(


The south is winning

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Male 994
This ad is BULLpoo!

By saying we love evil people and will do nice things to them matter not is a gross statment on how democrats work.

So apparently we love all terrorists right? We what`s republican`s solution? Sending in 100,000 more troops to die and kill more civilians in the fight against terror currently in opposed to terror Iraq?

One real Pathetic Ad

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Male 538
"If this ad were another bush bash it would be rated a 4. "

sadly, that is problably the most truthful thing on this board.. fact is, children and foreigners ahet bush..

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Male 95
yay for democrats!

republicans drating suck balls

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Female 663
Maybe half of the world wouldn`t hate America if we didn`t BLOW THE OTHER HALF OF IT TO BITS! There`s a very big difference between negotiations and apeasement. You can`t just go around blowing up everyone who doesn`t agree with you. Only children and ignorant alcoholic Texans retaliate with violence.
If you haven`t noticed, the Republicans` solution fkking sucks. Last time I checked terrorism was at an alltime high. You can`t kill 650 thousand innocent people of Iraq and expect things to be better. Who`s the lesser of two evils? A superpower whose military has killed off your entire family in the name if "freedom" or a small radical party fighting the man?
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Male 21
"What America is doing is chopping the weed down. It impedes the progress of terrorists, which is better than letting it spread, but something more needs to be done. (Something more than nothing, Democrats.)"

Hardly - the NIE report was pretty clear that, if anything, we are fertilizig the weeds in Iraq. We were doing well in Afghanistan. the Taliban were outsted and beaten back, and they were and still are a major crutch for Al-Qaeda, but then we had to go in to Iraq - lets all remember, no WMD`s, no direct support for terrorists - sure Saddam was an evil guy, but he`s not the only one in the world. And its certainly true that Al-Qaeda types were in Iraq, but they are also in Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Iran, certainly, Saudi Arabia and Jordon, and I dont see us blasting our way into those countries. Even if, and at this point, its a BIG if, we can root out terrorism in Iraq, its just going to pop up in all those other places. Dont think this will go away.

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Male 16
Holy crap what an insulting dumbing down of the issues. "Evil" vs "Good" wow, thanks for spitting on diplomacy. Have we really become so stupid as a people that ads like this speak to us? The Democrats are responsible for N-Korea building nukes? Oh right, we`re suppose to fall for that "weak on terror" bullpoo. WOW...just wow.

No offense but I see a lot of 14 to 18 year olds on here offering some pretty uninformed opinions ( likely formed by their God fearing, sheep parents). Do your country a favor, get your head out of the sand and ASK QUESTIONS! You`re doing nothing but hurting your own future by propagating ignorance and lies. Just ask the president who recently took a big dump on the constitution by legalizing torture and imprisonment without charge or legal representation. "God Bless America"??? You`ve got nothing to be proud of.

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Male 2,600
"Just take into consideration that governments can`t tell their citizens everything, especially during time of war. It`s just common sense."

Regarding this statement, I believe the government and all branches thereof have an obligation to the People to inform them of any impediments to their rights as are guaranteed by the Bill of Rights and therefore the Constitution. Regarding sensitive information, there is a difference between publically outlining national security measures versus individual rights and not allowing the legality of said measures to be debated in a court of law. It`s like Benjamin Franklin said:

"They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty or security."

Personally, I would be more approving of the wire taps if I knew they were secured with a judge`s own approval. As it is, sue me for being concerned about my rights as a citizen of this country.

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Male 2,600
"Congress and the President would not have decided on war without an exit plan, and they didn`t. First, war changes all the time, so it is impossible to have a perfect exit plan from the start."

No one said it had to be perfect, but there had to have been a planned exit. At this point, it doesn`t seem as though there was one. Now. I`m willing to believe there was information only shared between the branches, at least initially. However, I would think that with all the media attention and public awareness regarding an exit plan, Bush would have said something (had he had something) about the damned exit plan. So far, all we have is a distant timetable for how much longer the troops will need to be shot at and blown up.

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Male 2,600
Maelstrom_x, I just had the impression that you had a better solution to battling the ideology of radical Islam than the Bush administration, which is with violence. From a statement you posted eariler...:

"Violence solves disputes with radical Islamists who only know violence."

...I see this is not the case. Now, how you can criticize the Democrats for not having their own strategy for fighting radical Islam and going along with Bush`s plan while admitting you have no strategy for yourself is beyond me. Democrats may have agreed to the plan, but I see only them dissenting after seeing how half-ass it truly is.

"Half? Less than that. Bush won the popular vote in 2004."

Winning the popular vote is not an accurate reflection on how many Republicans and how many Democrats voted in an election. There is a percentage of "swing voters" that makes this impossible.

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Male 1,882
My apologies, Australia is also a country that is active with negotiations with North Korea. Aussies rule.
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Male 1,882
"Maelstrom_x, are you condoning genocide? How would you propose the western world change a culture`s ideology while simultaneously ensuring that not more millions submit to it?"

Genocide is obviously morally wrong. I`m not proposing a Hitler for the Muslims. I`m saying that this form of radical Islam will continue to breed more terrorists, just as the roots of a weed will spawn more weeds.

It isn`t easy, and even stopping the virulent spread of radical Islam won`t stop terrorism. However, something must be done to combat the ideology. It is hard for a non-Muslim nation or person to influence the world of Islam, and terrorists kill Muslims who stand against them, so I`m well aware of how difficult it would be.

What America is doing is chopping the weed down. It impedes the progress of terrorists, which is better than letting it spread, but something more needs to be done. (Something more than nothing, Democrats.)

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Male 269
trust me forman, i`m not blind

appreciate the response though

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Male 1,882
"well since you are generalising about, oh, lets say half the population of the US"
Half? Less than that. Bush won the popular vote in 2004.

"Especially in light of the current president`s policy of going into Iraq with no formulated exit strategy"
Versus Democrats` "cut and run" strategy of leaving Iraq in shambles without a care? They`ll blame it on Republicans, of course, and you`ll eat it up.

"(a president you didn`t vote for, if your age is correct)"
Just because you aren`t old enough to vote or chose not to vote for a candidate does not mean you can`t debate politics. Nice try, discrediting someone debating you is a classic Democrat move.

"it would seems that no matter what `most democrats` would do, this administration has clearly said "Hey that`s bad, lets stop it"
Hey, terrorism, terrorists, and the dictators who fund terrorists are bad, let`s stop them. Oops! You`re right! How could I say such a thing?

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Male 2,958
All arguing aside, Scary Movie 3 sucked.

Almost as much as Date Movie.

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Male 1,882
"...the United Nations was against invading Iraq, which includes Europe."

Correct me if I am wrong (which I`m not), but isn`t the UN and Europe the people who keep making threats to Iran to stop their nuclear programs and when the deadline arrives, they DO NOTHING except make a new deadline? America happens to be one of the only few big players in the North Korea issue as well, along with Japan, South Korea, and a few select European nations.

Oh yeah, so the UN and most of Europe don`t do jack in most cases. So when you say that the UN was against the war in Iraq, it goes with the fact that they are also against the existence of Israel and its right to defend itself from Hizbullah, Hamas, and other terrorist organizations, as well as they are against stopping Iran from getting nukes, as well as being against coming to any solution with the threat in the Korean peninsula.

How UN-intelligent of you.

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Male 756
If this ad were another bush bash it would be rated a 4.

I thought it was quite funny.

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Male 21
"i respect my country, the people in it & the president, to my death i will always support it, good or bad

for those whom live in america do not agree, you can leave, nothing is keeping you here, i`m sure radical islamist or some oppressive country will take you in, provide you an orange jumper of sorts & show you there version democracy"

Remember that you do not have to blindly follow to support your country.

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Male 21
Trindiglo - :"a president you didn`t vote for, if your age is correct"

What? We didn`t vote for him? Anyone that believes the idea that the votes were wrong needs to grow up and realize that Gore and Kerrey fairly lost, the votes were just close. Votes that are that close will always cause an uproar"

Dude - YOU, not us, YOU didnt vote for. Read my post. Dont even get me started on the shameful tactics that won the White House the 2000 and 2004 elections. You didn`t vote in either. Am i correct?

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Male 21
false pretense that Iraq had a WMD program.
I have no doubt that this administration went into Iraq without an exit strategy.
Furthermore, you have people like the Army Chief of Staff preditcting that we will be in Iraq until 2010. Plenty enough time to see what pooty position this administration has put us in, one which no doubt the next administration will have to get us out of.
http://today.reuters.com/news/articlenew...
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Male 21
"Congress and the President would not have decided on war without an exit plan, and they didn`t. First, war changes all the time, so it is impossible to have a perfect exit plan from the start. Second, most governments don`t go around posting that kind of thing up for the world to see. I`m just speculating - but what if it was a complicated exit plan that couldn`t be revealed because it would ruin the plan/or endanger national security."

Wow - that`s some kool-aid you`re drinking there. If you would care to do some research, the President refused to listen to his advisors who pointed out that there was no exit strategy. Furthermore, the first president Bush (you might not remember him - you were under 10 at the time) didn`t go into Iraq (whe he easily could have) because he DID listen to his advisors who said that it would be too hard to get out of. Finally, the Republica led congres basically rubber stamped this war, and dragged most Democrats along with them under the fa

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Male 72
Continued from above^^^

Just take into consideration that governments can`t tell their citizens everything, especially during time of war. It`s just common sense.

"a president you didn`t vote for, if your age is correct"

What? We didn`t vote for him? Anyone that believes the idea that the votes were wrong needs to grow up and realize that Gore and Kerrey fairly lost, the votes were just close. Votes that are that close will always cause an uproar.

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Male 269
the easiest way to conquer a country is to demoralize it internally using it`s own people, which party does this sound like?

i respect my country, the people in it & the president, to my death i will always support it, good or bad

for those whom live in america do not agree, you can leave, nothing is keeping you here, i`m sure radical islamist or some oppressive country will take you in, provide you an orange jumper of sorts & show you there version democracy

the video was funny as hell

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Male 72
"well since you are generalising about, oh, lets say half the population of the US, wuld you then say that Republicans do exactly the opposite? Especially in light of the current president`s policy of going into Iraq with no formulated exit strategy (a president you didn`t vote for, if your age is correct), it would seems that no matter what `most democrats` would do, this administration has clearly said "Hey that`s bad, lets stop it" without considering the consequences, good or bad, immediate or indirect."

Congress and the President would not have decided on war without an exit plan, and they didn`t. First, war changes all the time, so it is impossible to have a perfect exit plan from the start. Second, most governments don`t go around posting that kind of thing up for the world to see. I`m just speculating - but what if it was a complicated exit plan that couldn`t be revealed because it would ruin the plan/or endanger national security.

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Male 245
Look, if you think your party can`t do anything wrong at all, then you my freind are a pathetic human being.

Republicans have some good people on their side, and democrats have some good people on theirs as well.

(And that goes for the different degrees of republicans and democrats.)

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Male 2,600
Maelstrom_x, are you condoning genocide? How would you propose the western world change a culture`s ideology while simultaneously ensuring that not more millions submit to it?

"...by not only limiting freedom, but they also control their territory with military and remove or kill any who do not follow their limiting laws."

That part was unnecessary in terms of what my point was. I didn`t say the power base was necessarily good or evil; I`m not making moral judgments. I`m only saying from a purely political perspective, those regimes provide\had provided stability.

"BUT how would you have a world superpower without at least some of those things?"

America became a superpower by 1. having most competitors fall out of the race due to WWII, and 2. outspending the Soviet Union. How it remained a superpower is another story.

Call me base, but I consider an empire to be the current most militarily dominant force on the planet. To date, that`s America.

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Male 21
"Most democrats always seem to think: "Hey that`s bad let`s stop it" without considering consequences, good or bad, immediate or indirect."

well since you are generalising about, oh, lets say half the population of the US, wuld you then say that Republicans do exactly the opposite? Especially in light of the current president`s policy of going into Iraq with no formulated exit strategy (a president you didn`t vote for, if your age is correct), it would seems that no matter what `most democrats` would do, this administration has clearly said "Hey that`s bad, lets stop it" without considering the consequences, good or bad, immediate or indirect.

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Male 72
"Democrats have no action plan."

Amen!

Most democrats always seem to think: "Hey that`s bad let`s stop it" without considering consequences, good or bad, immediate or indirect.

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Male 72
"A case could be made for America being an empire, nonetheless. Certainly, it has many characteristics pertaining to it, such as global military lockdown (most military bases in the world), a single authority over many territories, and expansion of spheres of influence by military conquest."

You have a point, BUT how would you have a world superpower without at least some of those things?
Any large power that is or has ever been can have a case made for its being an empire.

"Some people would argue that while Kim Jong Il or Saddam Hussein weren`t the best of leaders, they did provide political stability"

They provide/d political stability by not only limiting freedom, but they also control their territory with military and remove or kill any who do not follow their limiting laws.

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Female 609
lolololololololol thats hilarious, im a republican so i find it funny :-)


GO BUSH!

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Male 1,882
Interesting point, but a retarded commercial. I don`t even think the John Stewart fans would find this steaming pile of excrement funny, and they`ll laugh at anything (with a "bush sux lol" anyways).

Democrats have no action plan. They are apologists and cowards who think that just because war is bad, we should never go to war. Violence solves disputes with radical Islamists who only know violence. Any peace is a false peace. Radical Islam will always seek the destruction of Israel, America, and the West altogether. They know not tolerance, only hate.

Democrats want to cut and run, which will only make things worse. Republicans think everything will turn out to be all right when most likely Iraq will become another Iran. The answer doesn`t just lie in killing terrorists, it lies in killing the violent, ignorant, hateful ideology behind radical Islam. Killing terrorists is like killing weeds: If you don`t kill the roots, they`ll come back.

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Female 124
Ugh, I knew I hated that stupid "Scary Movie" for a reason(other than it sucking completely).
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Male 21
Wow - that was dumb, offensive and simpleminded.
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Male 538
--oh and, for those who think republicans are the ones who always smear the democrats.. see: farenheit 9/11
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Male 538
let`s talk about what you thought about the video, instead of the content, because when children argue about politics, [email protected] pooe happens
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Male 2,600
"Oh yeah and talking about which country is evil- if you honestly think that North Korea is not evil, either you are sick or need to wake up. It shouldn`t need explaining but I`ll give it to you if you want."

Some people would argue that while Kim Jong Il or Saddam Hussein weren`t the best of leaders, they did provide political stability to their regions, which is a good quality. Unstability would result in civil war, possible anarchy and faction wars. I don`t feel their governments were altogether positive, but one cannot deny that the power base provided stability and that the forced removal of this resulted in civilian deaths, destruction of civil property, etc. The US should have anticipated this but didn`t.

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Male 2,600
Suicism, anyone who would willfully deny anyone his or her basic human rights is "evil". Research a list of civil rights abuses under the Bush administration and try not to associate these as "liberal hype".

triindiglo:

"Another thing, you can’t use the UN as a reason we should not have gone to war."

Why on earth not? Surely you recognize that the UN is an international diplomatic forum and that America has no special irresponsibilities to the rules of diplomacy simply because it happens to pay larger dues.

A case could be made for America being an empire, nonetheless. Certainly, it has many characteristics pertaining to it, such as global military lockdown (most military bases in the world), a single authority over many territories, and expansion of spheres of influence by military conquest.

"It showed that democrats don`t really understand what`s going on..."

This is stereotyping. Surely you can agree Democrats are diverse

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Male 3,631
The only resemblence I see between America the profession of policing, is the fact that everyone who uses the police hates them until they need them.
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Male 72
And shut up about `America shouldn`t police the world` - if we took all our troops out of everywhere around the world and just sat here while wars happened, the rest of the world would freak out and say we couldn`t do that. America is the world`s only superpower, so that responsibility falls on us. Not that that is necessarily a good thing, but it doesn`t mean it`s not true.

Another thing, you can’t use the UN as a reason we should not have gone to war. If the other countries in the UN contributed to the UN as much as the US did, it would be different. Almost all of UN funding comes from the US.

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Male 72
This ad was just an exaggeration of the truth (a good one though)
It showed that democrats don`t really understand what`s going on, and think we can just get `out of their (terrorists, evil regimes, etc) way.` They think there is a SIMPLE SOLUTION to EVERY COMPLEX PROBLEM which is obviously NOT TRUE.

Oh yeah and talking about which country is evil- if you honestly think that North Korea is not evil, either you are sick or need to wake up. It shouldn`t need explaining but I`ll give it to you if you want.

Also, what is with people saying things like `America needs to drop its imperialistic dreams`? Empire? You are a true idiot if you think America wants to be/is an empire.

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Male 663
Oh, sorry for the double post, but I agree with BloodySpade. Having parties just makes things worse in my opinion.
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Male 663
It was funny, but now we have to here a bunch of people bit/ch about it.
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Male 3,631
"Imagine if a country didn`t like George Bush and the amount of innocent people he has killed and invaded America, destroyed civilians lives and put him on trial, exactly the same as what America has done. There would be uproar and everyone would say they can`t police the world. So why can America? Just a thought."

Does George Bush have Gas Chambers, Torture Chambers and engage in genocide against the Kurds? How in the WORLD can you compare him to Saddam Hussein? George is the one who gives all the money to the jews, not the one who openly declares his wish to make war on them! They are not equals! I thought you people were so into Human rights, you could PERHAPS tell the difference. And I don`t think they`re all innocent anyway. I believe many Arab civilians are the 4th-pillar, as it were, of Islam. Have you ever read the Koran? It`s insane. More insane than the bible, and that`s coming from a Satanist.

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Male 3,631
"... I think this was very naïve(us=good, they=evil etc), and this kind of thinking probably won`t get us into anything that serves for equality and satisfactory on both ends."

So, they`re not evil. We`re equal, and deserving of equal satisfaction. So, I guess part of what makes king Jong Il satisfied is keeping the majority of his population dehydrated and starving, so he can take the U.S. granted foreign aid and use it to grow opium in his fields, torture political dissidents in his camps and keep 14-year old concubines in his palace while the rest of the population starves... stop treating these two nations as equals. That king doesn`t deserve anything but a red-hot poker up the ass. And as for the wacky arabs? They wish for the whole world to worship as they do, for when anyone does anything to "insult islam," they become violent and demand observation of THEIR dogmas through aggressive acts; it`s worship de-facto when you concede to these demands.

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Male 4,393
o boy... were go to hear it now... :P
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Female 797
Right next to that video it had an ad that said "Jesus didn`t exist" WTF?
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Male 111
I hate democrates and republicans. They both suck balls.
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Male 1,365
Fear Fear Feart Fear FeaR. Only idiots buy this Orwellian sales tactic,to believe anyone in the States wants to aid terrorism is sick and those who propse so only want to keep their taxes to pay Exxon and Halliburton. This is no longer a abttle of emotions, The U.S. is going to have to pull it`s head out of the sand and realize that we are not the worlds policemen." The truest sin is when one forces his will on others, all evils a born from this act". Blavastsky
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Male 31
Sugaman2k3, if you didn`t know it, the United Nations was against invading Iraq, which includes Europe. It is America who feel intent on coming all this way to pick fights. Sadly, our glorious leader wants to join in your President`s quest for oil. You ARE right with the bully analogy, however America are the bullies and Britan are his little mates who peer round the back, shcking their fits, going, `yeah!`
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Male 223
Nonono!!! I like scary movies!! and this is BS...
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Male 357
This ad stinkin rocked! lol humorus and truthful. ooh lunani, umm it wasent knocking democracy (which is THE best form of gonernment) it was showing the futile attempts of democrats to stop those in the world who wish to hurt Americans. it is kinda like giving your lunch money to a bully, it is not going to make him nicer, only makes him think that you are a pushover. HIT THEM IN THE TEETH! OH and nextime some of you guys in europe want to take a stand on something, let us know. We are tired of having to come over there and cover for you when you start squealing that someone has done you wrong. God bless Americia!
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Female 511
Eh... but this brings up the counter argument of "Who determines who is/isn`t evil?" For instance, attacking Iraq DID get rid of Saddam, but weren`t we in turn evil for attacking under false intelligence and attacking a nation unprovoked?

It`s all too relative and subjective. One man`s terrorist is another man`s freedom fighter - example: the founding fathers.

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Male 908
If someone spells retarded again they themselves will become retarded.
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Male 724
Everyone knows... the only way to spread Democracy is at the end of a M-14 barrel.
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Male 285
This just in: The war in Iraq has aided terrorists in more ways than it has has harmed their efforts according to the US government.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/5382762.stm

So sure, you can fictionalize democrates efforts at peace by claiming that they have ignored korea (and then "conveniently" associate that with terrorists) or you can actually look at the facts when making your decision.

I guess it depends on how smart of a nation we are.

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Male 2,600
This is hardly a constructive ad. So the producer dude is pissed off; how does that help anyone?
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Male 2,057
lunani has a good point
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Male 31
Hey, they`re right! We shouldn`t be nice, we should invade countries such as Iraq and kill 650,000 (1 in 40) of their people.
Imagine if a country didn`t like George Bush and the amount of innocent people he has killed and invaded America, destroyed civilians lives and put him on trial, exactly the same as what America has done. There would be uproar and everyone would say they can`t police the world. So why can America? Just a thought.
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Female 257
About the nuke in Korea... Americans have had nuclear weapons for a long time now and they`ve even dropped two on inhabited areas, don`t people find it an understandable excuse that they want to feel a little safer?
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Male 1,132
look I`ll be as short as I can with this. I`m all for defending our nation, but only after we have bene attacked. "Preemptive strikes" are just another way of saying STFU and listen to us or we are gonna bomb you back to the stone age. Whats wrong with a diplomatic solution that doesn`t involve sending our troops to die in a war that had it`s case made on false information. Big deal Korea has a nuke, if they shot one off at the U.S. don`t you think we would be able to intercept it before it got here (if it didn`t crash into the ocean) and once they did that we would have a solid reason to fight them, and here is the shocker, other countries besides England would support it. The U.S. needs to drop it emperialistic dreams and get with the program. This is a global community and not the American Empire. And attack ads like this only serve to confuse people on the real issues. How are we supposed to take care of the world when we can`t even take care of our own people?
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Female 257
I haven`t actually seen so harsh critisicm on democracy before, so it was kind of interesting.
Democracy has been quite popular over here(and over there), and I`ve been wondering when they`ll come up with something else.

But I think this was very naïve(us=good, they=evil etc), and this kind of thinking probably won`t get us into anything that serves for equality and satisfactory on both ends.

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Male 2,372
A basketball?

Bwahahahahaha!

And now we`re all one step closer to waking up one morning to discover that Chicago, or London, or New York has disappeared over night.

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Male 1,225
I hate attack ads. They do nothing to persuade me except make me lean in the opposite direction they want me to. The problem, though, is that politics has turned into attack ads completely.
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Male 91
Ummmm, Suicism, you are a dork.
that movie was for dorkie dorks, but at least it had nice sound f/x
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Male 3,631
All the people who think they`re REALLY smart will decry this ad as, for instance, "retarted," without confronting it`s point, when they believe their adherence to the assaulted platform is a result of these same uncanny powers of observation. Appeasement doesn`t work. Lynch the gooky weirdos! Also, considering the regularity with which such informed and independent thinkers invoke the Hitler specter when confronting an enemy, let`s bring that into the court. If they support appeasement, then they support Hitler! Nazis!
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Male 916
How primitive.
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Male 957
is this even a real ad?
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Male 312
i guess it shows you can`t kill with kindness. Thank god for bombs!
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Male 1,407
All politics aside, that was a retarded ad.
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Male 177
I dont care WHO you like.... you can admit that was a hawt ad...
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Male 44
Let the Democrat/Republican/Liberal/Conservative flamewars begin...
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Male 662
Where is this from?
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Male 1,265
BS BS BS BS BS. Who buys this crap?

They all suck.

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Female 250
Awesome
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Male 10,115
Link: ``Scary Movie`` Producer`s Anti-Democrat Ad [Rate Link] - So, election season is here.
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