The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
The O'Reily factor had it on last night too.Jeepster
NICE. Love the ad - short, sweet, and hammers home the point.
While I like the sentiment, I argue with the historical accuracy.Saying they revolted over a tea tax is like saying the Apollo 13 mission was a success because the astronauts got back alive. True, but an oversimplification.Also, it was Washington that created the whiskey tax at Hamilton's urging. So I don't see him as being all that inimical to a large central government. Ben and Tom, sure, George, not so much.
I thought Barber did a great job.But that dude that played Washington ("Gather your armies"): Pee-eww! Should have practiced the line a few more times, or Barber should have gotten a better actor.Otherwise, a fine ad -- I think I'll send Barber a donation. Angle, too.
The least they can expect is to be out of power (loss of filibuster-proof majorities, if not switched majorities) in 2010. If they don't want to play nice with an election the "gathered armies" will encourage them.
Enuresis is a sad condition. Surely there are drugs for that.
I think it's a great ad. I went on to read the comments. I realize people who read these sites and then comment are the most passionate, but the vitriol and contempt in which the left holds the "non-believers" is absolutely astounding.
THE SKY IS FALLING!!THE SKY IS FALLING!!THE SKY IS FALLING!!PISTOLS!!THE SKY IS FALLING!!THE SKY IS FALLING!!THE SKY IS FALLING!!/moonbatDD
Mike,You should start using the PSH scale from Sharp As A Marble.B WoodmanIII-per
This ad sent chills up and down my let just like Obama does for Matthews! I love it!
What I'd like to know is, "Where are the armies?"
Remember the "Army of one" Army ads?Transpose that to pissed off conservative voters...
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