My review of the Barack Obama informercial

Posted by: ST on October 29, 2008 at 9:00 pm

He lost me at hello.

Here’s the McCain ad that aired shortly after Obama’s (likely Hollyweird-produced) infomercial:

Ben Smith’s got the full 30 minute Obama vid, in case you’ve got half an hour to waste.

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10 Responses to “My review of the Barack Obama informercial”


  1. camojack says:

    “He lost me at hello.”

    He didn’t get to hello with me; there was nothing he could have said that would make me overlook his past associations and record in favor of what he says. Talk is cheap, after all… :-?

  2. Severian says:

    Didn’t even get to Hello with me either, I didn’t watch it. Nor will I. I watched “Good Eats” with Alton Brown instead, much more informative and fun than watching a half an hour of the Messiah bloviating and lying.

  3. Lorica says:

    Well I watched it and I wish I hadn’t, which is exactly how I knew I would feel. It was chock full of these lying liberals who all said such glowing things about the Barry. Idiots who I wouldn’t even let change my cat litter. Kathleen Sebilius and Bill Richardson being at the top of that list. Partisan hacks who’s every sentence should be questioned due to so many previous lies. It was a complete waste of time and I would have rather watched a rerun of the Big Bang Theory. :o) – Lorica

  4. Karmadancer says:

    I’ve got to be honest here. No, I didn’t watch TV at all last night; our reception was crappy. From what I gather I didn’t miss much. The hubby and I curled up and watched both versions of “Little Shop of Horrors” last night. (Same thing, right?)

    No matter what BO, the “master redistributor,” has to say, I had my mind made up several months ago. The message from him then was the same as the message now, and the end result is that he and Biden are fricking Marxists, plain and simple. It has nothing to do with color, race, sex or creed. It has everything to do with remembering why my people came to this coutry in the first place.

    I so wish Mc-P would quit with the “BO-doesn’t-have-the-experience” line which, while it’s true, does nothing to reveal the true intent of the Dems’ campaign. At risk of this being pegged as a new version of an old law, Obama = a new Stalin in the making and that’s that.

    In the (in-)famous words of Monty Python, “GET ON WITH IT!!” :((

  5. Severian says:

    I just found out a couple of nights ago, watching a show about the history of scifi/monster films, that the original Little Shop Of Horrors was a Roger Corman film! I never realized that, no one can make as good a cheapo cult film as Corman! I loved Death Race 2000 and Frankenstein Unbound.

    Sounds like a lot more fun that watching the Obamanation.

  6. NC Cop says:

    This seems a bit interesting….and disturbing.

    Obama outlines plan for national service

    “We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set,” he said Wednesday. “We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded.”

    Is that like a National Police force?? Will they be checking your papers to see if they are in order? Perhaps they will be the ones who knock on your door if you say something bad about his holiness, Obama.

  7. BeachBabe NC says:

    :-? Hmm NC that is a good question?

  8. Lorica says:

    Perhaps these guys can start wearing brown shirts???? Oddly enough, it is the left who try to make the Nazi comparisons against the right. This is one topsy turvey world. – Lorica