Nasty negative ad as political race turns sour

First there was the positive ad:

Now there’s this:

Give the target of that nasty ad a hand: sign up on Facebook. You can also watch the rebuttal:

Hat-tip: Thanks to Andreas Kierig for alerting me to the first of these adverts I saw.

* Mark Pack is Party President and is the editor of Liberal Democrat Newswire.

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  • Richard Dean 6th Mar '12 - 1:18am

    Is this the “American dream”? A cat for president? The “Leader of the Free World”. The guy who gets to press the red button and boom, no more world!? I guess those Colombians really have oversold their product!

  • good example of why we should look elsewhere for examples of how to fix our own political system.

  • Malcolm Todd 6th Mar '12 - 11:16am

    You know, I actually didn’t realise at first that they were really talking about a cat. I was willing to believe that some genuine US candidate (Tom Hank?) was willing to make such a vacuous “vote for me to make America great” campaign video. I hope that says more about me than it does about American politics.

    Yeah, it probably does.

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