Uploaded on Nov 2, 2007
Look, I'm not going to take cheap shots at Ron Paul's ad for New Hampshire. I wouldn't do that to you.
Ah, who am I kidding? You knew this was coming. And here it is!
"I'm Ron Paul, candidate for president, and I approve this message."
And it looks like he couldn't be happier.
"I don't always agree with Ron Paul..."
Off to a flying start!
"Actually, I agree with him most of the time, I really do."
No really, I do. Seriously. Stop laughing, I mean it! Leave Britney alone!
"He wants to get out of Iraq pronto."
There's nothing like having someone talk about Iraq while walking in the park to add that sense of creepiness. Well done.
"Protect personal privacy and personal freedom."
What are you, a pigeon? Stop bobbing your head like that. And brush your hair, you're in a TV ad. Even if it is just for Ron Paul.
"Live free or die in New Hampshire."
Why is he leaning back like that? Is he threatening us? Is he a gun nut? Figures.
"I'm undeclared but I'm gonna go Republican and vote for Ron Paul."
I guess Ron Paul's got the fat Emo kid vote sewn up. Now I know where all this spam comes from.
"Look, the man's a doctor and understands the health care mess."
No he doesn't:
"He's the only one who's really talking sense to the people."
Is this guy drunk? Why is his nose all red? Oh wait, it's his whole face.
"He's catching on, I'm telling ya!"
Do you really think it's a good idea to talk about Ron Paul like he's a disease? Maybe it's a reference to all the spam.
Bonus question: How many creepy fat bearded white men can you spot in this ad?
Ron Paul - Comic Relief for America!
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