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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Those damned Things

What's Mallard raving about today?

Hallowe'en, Political Ads

The first one is true, which is plenty scary. So if you're saying there's no reason to gild the lilly since actual Republican positions are frightening as hell to anyone not in the 1%, we can agree on that.

(Strangely, Mallard does not seem upset about Romney ads which tell an outright lie about Obamacare taking money from Medicare. I wonder why that could be?)

I will say, however, I very much appreciate that Mallard has decided to just ride the same Hollowe'en punch line ("thing I don't like is scaaaaaary!") for a solid week. Saves on thinking which in his case is a good thing.


Randy Winn said...

"Jeep, now owned by the Italians, is thinking of moving all production to China" is plenty scary, and a lie.

May I assume that three weeks from now, Mallard Fillmore will condemn this?

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

Republicans never wanted poor people to have those things anyway. They're supposed to die under bridges when they reach a certain age. It's part of social Darwinism, the only acceptable form of Darwinism.

DiR said...

Now now, guys. I'm SURE, being such the bi-partisan that he is, with no preferred party or candidate, Bruce is going to do a srip just like this one, lampooning the Republican's hysteria talking ppfffffffffffffff hehehehe. Oh man. I couldn't do it.

You're a fucking water-carrying hack, asshole.

Rootbeer said...

Wait, what the fuck do hysterical campaign ads have to do with Halloween?