You might have seen this seriously brain-dead, crazy ad in yesterday's Washington Post, by a new SuperPAC known as "Fight for Tomorrow". Of course, with an Orwellian name like that, you just KNOW who's behind it: a bunch of right-wing Republicans who want to make tomorrow much, much worse for 99% of Americans. And that's most definitely the deal here (click here to find out more about the folks behind this one). As DNC spokesperson Mo Elleithee put it yesterday about the "Fight for Tomorrow" ad:
BWAAAAAHHH HA HA HA! Someone actually spent money to run this ad because they thought it would HELP! HA HA HA. I mean seriously! I almost wet myself laughing it's so bad!!! BWAAAAAAAHHHH HA HA HA! Last year, terrible pro-GOP superpac ads totally backfired on their candidates. So I guess the reaction this year is to make them even worse! BWAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!
Yeah, that about sums it up. Really, we could have just left it at that, but I figured an ad THIS BAD deserved a parody. So...that's what I did; click on the images to "embiggen," and (hopefully) enjoy! :)
P.S. Remember Stephen Colbert's SuperPAC, "Making a better tomorrow, tomorrow?" I was thinking instead of "Fight for Tomorrow," we could call our fake PAC "Fighting for a Worse Tomorrow, Today," or something like that. Thoughts?
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