During the Superbowl, Chrysler aired a Clint Eastwood commercial touting its “comeback”. The problem is, the ad was packaged propaganda from two artists who worked for Obama’s 2008 campaign. And oh by the way, the commerical was filmed in New Orleans and Los Angeles, not Detroit.
Here’s a good parody of the ad from ReasonTV:
Both teams are listening to a Madonna performance that sounds eerily similar to a Lady Gaga song they’ll hear 10 years from now.
It’s halftime in America too.
People are out of work and they’re hurting.
And they’re wondering where all their money went.
Well, $12.5 billion of it went to Chrysler. In the form of a bailout.
But it’s okay, because Chrysler is all-American.
Though technically 58.5% of Chrysler is owned by an Italian corporation.
And Chrysler manufactures many of it’s vehicles in Canada. And Mexico.
But I guess that doesn’t make for a great commercial.
Unlike polar bears. Or dogs. Or that digestive yogurt.
Yeah, Americans are hurting.
And their dollars are being used to bail out the chosen ones.
Instead of themselves.
What happened to freedom?
What happened to choice?
We need to guard them like Ben Roethlisberger’s friend guards a bathroom door.
Written by Remy and produced by Meredith Bragg.
It’s a lot more accurate than the PR ad.
America is down for the count. Our world standing has taken a big hit in the last three years because of a SCOAMF who is not fit to lead a Democratic Republic. Obama flushed billions in tax-payer funded bailouts to an auto industry that should have been allowed to go bankrupt. His bailout/stimulus/TARP disaster added trillions to the national debt and threw us into an economic blackhole. The Marxist in D.C. believes constitutional limits on federal government make “change” difficult. Obama’s “shovel ready” agenda lost over 5 million jobs since he took office. Unemployment went from 7.5 million in January of 2009 to 12.8 million as of January 2012.
Throwing money at unemployment doesn’t work. What works are tax incentives, a satanic idea to liberals, and letting the free market economy determine which businesses should flourish and which ones should liquidate. Investors and business entrepreneurs help drive the economy. They keep the wheels turning by creating jobs and hiring people.
That’s the way free market capitalism is supposed to work.
Every time the government sticks its nose where it doesn’t belong, the economy suffers. The government should do its part by practicing fiscal responsibility, especially with regard to entitlements, foreign aid, and discretionary spending.
“Halftime” like hell. It’s the 2 minute warning.