Home - by BigFurHat - October 8, 2012 - 13:30 America/New_York - 31 Comments
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October 8th, 2012
It sure is!
Jason in SD
I didn’t get it until somebody pointed out that the main course is cottage cheese. Then it hit hard.
Maudie N Mandeville
Less is more in this case.
Absolutely heartbreaking. Especially when you can scroll down a bit on the web site and see where Hussein and Mooch spent hundreds of dollars for a steak dinner. Something is very wrong here…..
Indeed, pictures are worth more than a thousand words.
Obama is waiting on the transcript
Mary Lou Welz
I reposted this tragically sad video to my own blog spot. ###
Wonder when Barry and Mooch get to fly to Hawaii ?
Stranded in Sonoma
Or this one.
I'm Your Huckleberry
obviously, these people are racist, bc they are eating WHITE cottage cheese…wait…that didn’t come out right…
Barry gonna give everyone after the election, an iPhone, and a ‘chicken in every pot’..
Boobie the Rocket Dog
Right to the point. Yes.
Geoff C. The Saltine
That ad brings tears to my eyes. That is what boo has done to America. He has to go.
Obvious dog whistle…
… or something…
Bravo..great ad..@Geoff..I had the same reaction..
From a liberal’s perspective there’s a serious problem with this… they still have electric lights.
Back during the Ford Administration (when we had the first gas lines) there were cartoons of people eating dog food.
Americans seem to be sensitive about dinner.
Yeah, we are Tim. Some of us are old enough to remember when a full plate of food, especially food that looked as good as the video dinner, was a blessing, not a given.
So many of us can relate perfectly to that ad.
When Romney was giving his acceptance speech at the RNC, I walked over to the window and watched my two kids playing outside without a care in the world. As I listened to Mitt and began reflecting on the economic bashing my wife and I have endured the last few years (and the countless others who have endured it as well), I was moved to the point of tears on my children’s behalf once more.
God forbid they ever relate to the above ad in their lifetime.
At least they have salad and good bread.
I still sometimes have nightmares about my summer of Ramen noodles, beans, and thrift store bread on my $5-$7 a week food budget 23 years ago.:eek:
I’m stock piling Ramen noodles…just in case Bam wins…the meal depicted in the vid may look like a luxury this time next year…
I don’t know what Ramen noodles are, but in times of deprivation go for three kinds of potatoes and ketchup soup.
That commercial got to me. Jerry Manderin: Thanks for the beautiful sentiments.
We always had enough to eat growing up, but it wasn’t always what we wanted. Mom and dad worked hard to provide for us 3 kids. I too am stocking up on ramen noodles, rice, beans, etc. If Zero wins again, we won’t have a country. What I can’t understand is why people don’t see it. May God bless our country and may Romney win.
I’m just starting to get used to beans and rice.
Can’t wait until Romney has us all firing up the barbecues again.
hannover…I didn’t say “Fried Chicken”..
I was referring to this…
During the 1928 presidential campaign, did Herbert Hoover really promise “a chicken in every pot and a car in every garage?”
The Hoover campaign used a variety of slogans in 1928 including “Vote for Prosperity,” “Lest We Forget” (referring to Hoover’s World War I relief work), and “Who but Hoover?”
Other slogans were introduced by Hoover supporters, often without direct input from Mr. Hoover. The link between Hoover and the phrase “a chicken in every pot” can be traced to a paid advertisement which apparently originated with the Republican National Committee, who inserted it into a number of newspapers during the 1928 campaign. The ad described in detail how the Republican administrations of Harding and Coolidge had “reduced hours and increased earning capacity, silenced discontent, put the proverbial ‘chicken in every pot.’ And a car in every backyard, to boot.” The ad concluded that a vote for Hoover would be a vote for continued prosperity.
Hoover did make a variety of optimistic statements during the campaign, such as, “the slogan of progress is changing from the full dinner pail to the full garage,” and “given a chance to go forward with the policies of the last eight years, and we shall soon with the help of God be in sight of the day when poverty will be banished from this Nation,” but Hoover never promised “a chicken in every pot.”
unless your comments were sarc…/lol
I’ve now watched that a dozen times. Sure they’
re actors… but its heartbreaking.
The parents drinking water so the kids can have milk. Instant potatoes or cottage cheese as the main course.
A man kicked in the teeth by factors outside his direct control. A loving wife that wants to offer comfort, but knows that pity would hurt more.
OK. I’m pissed off now. I’m not rich by a very long shot, but some of my money would be better spent getting Nobama out. Time to crack open the wallet and spend a few bucks on Romney… kind of like an emergency kit.
There. Donation made.
And the simplicity of it is genius.
October 9th, 2012
I was out of work for 2 and a half years. I don’t need a video to remind me the shit this country is in and to what kind of hellhole Hussein is taking us.
A Lot of people give up. Luckily, I survived long enough to make it through – but with an enormous amount of help from my Sister and BiL, who we have already paid back thousands and are still paying back every month – probably until I die.
It’s not been easy. The Left wants to DESTROY the FAMILY and our MORALS and our American WAY OF LIFE. It’s come down to it. NOW is the time that WE “Change” the direction. We also have to keep the GOP’s feet to the fire or REPLACE them with Tea Party candidates across the board.
JMHO, you understand.
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