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You’ll have to agree, I think, that the following Santorum ad is as hilarious as it is dumb.
You can add insidious to dumb and hilarious in describing this ad. Watch again and see if you can catch what happens at the 40 second mark.
If you missed it, here it is slowed down for you compliments of ThinkProgress.
These people have no shame which is what makes them so dangerous. Imagine the uproar from Fox and the rest of the conservative noise machine had an Obama ad used subliminal messaging of this sort.
Given an electorate of informed, knowledgeable people, stuff like the Santorum ad would immediately backfire and be seen for what it is – a deceitful, lying, steaming pile of stupidity. But given a nation where most voters are woefully uninformed (same could be said about most countries of the world, BTW), ads like this further entrench irrational hate for this President in the minds of fools and idiots.
So, if one wasn’t quite sure whether or not Barack Obama is an evil foreigner out to destroy their America, Rick Santorum hopes to help them along in making that decision. Just don’t expect honesty and fair play to be part of how he does it.