New Knute Buehler ad: Time for a Change

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  • Rupert in Springfield

    You know what’s amazing about this ad – The still shots of the evil opposition at the beginning are in colour and the ones featuring the candidate are in black and white. This is the reverse of what we usually see – first painting the opposition in black and white along with ominous music and a Will Lyman “Frontline” voice over generally transitioned to a sunny colour video of the candidate with happy Seals and Crofts music. This ad is the reverse but it works here. Why? Well, first of all because you have a canidate named Knute, which is a great black and white name, Showing Knute in black and white also works with the facial hair. Look at the still before you press the play button. The guy looks like he could be running the situation room in the old show “24”. Love me some black and white Knute.

    Anyway, I hope he wins. Kate Brown has to go. Ever wonder why Kate and Satan have the same number of letters? How about the fact that Kate Brown once joked about eating babies? Did you know Kare Brown painted her house plaid and once wore white after Labor Day? It’s all true, Its all horrible,its all Kate Brown and no its not a nightmare. You are living it right now, vote to change that nightmare this November.

    • DavidAppell

      Uh, “Kate” have 4 letters; “Satan” has 5 (the same as “Knute.”)

      This must be Republican math.

      • Rupert in Springfield

        Um, and just to inform you so you don’t go wandering the streets looking for it, Kate does not live in a plaid house either. Good God man, you can be dull witted as hell.

        • DavidAppell

          And “Rupert” has 6 letters. Say it 3 times in a row, and it’s “666.”

          “JackLordGod” has more, though.

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