September 05, 2012
Koster Releases Funny DelBene Ad
For those of us inundated with the annoying "Suzan DelBene!" ads before the primary, this ad from John Koster is nicely cathartic. Though, they could've left out the pirate thing.
Cross-posted on <pudge/*>.
Posted by pudge at September 05, 2012
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1. This is the way to out your opponent on their weaknesses. Well done, John Koster!
..and sorry for the OT, but here is an article on Obama's creepy mentor Frank Marshall Davis. had no idea the level of creepiness. O's childhood was so dysfunctional it's a wonder he's even sane.
Almost as funny as the performance the Romney Ryan campaign put on over the Labor Day Weekend in Port Orchard.
4. THE-Ave: using puppets to lie about someone's view isn't funny or witty or interesting. It's just dumb and boring.
First, these are not puppets. They are dolls ....
Second, neither I nor mini Mitt or mini Paul ever misrepresent the stands the real Mitt and the real Paul take.
You seem to have a problem with truth.
6. I have a problem with people trying to be funny, without having a sense of humor to begin with, and then pushing it on other people.
Well, we each have our own sense of humor.
BTW, I also have an Obama doll.
As for whether the dolls are funny (assuming that is their purpose) they do seem to attract a lot of attention.
Cute, but not as good as the Vern Fonk Insurance ads (which are among the best). The pirate made the message targeted more toward 6th graders.
A more serious ad with a similar message would be effective.
KDS, I agree about the pirate, but I *hate* Vern Fonk ads. I always turn them off.
Also, watch the other Koster ad that follows this one. It's serious and good.