In the Future All Campaign Ads Will Be This Funny

Apparently, the GOP hired David Zucker (of Airplane! fame, amongst other delicious comedy spoofs) to produce an ad for the Fall of 2006 Election Cycle. They saw the ad, and five minutes later when they regained the power of speech again, they rejected it out of hand.


Anyhow, Drudge got a copy and put it on the internets for all to see. Much like the puppy ads in the Steele/Cardin campaign, it represents the best of hilarious ads that we ought to see instead of the staid, stilted and staged ads that we’re seeing from both of the parties. We need to shake things up, not keep them the same and that means getting light-hearted once in a while.

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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