Saturday, October 23, 2010

Ad taking on Senatrix Barbara "Don't Call Me Ma'am" Boxer

David Zucker is rightly embarrassed that he supported California's shame, Senatrix Barbara Boxer, in the '90s, and he has apologized.

What's more, he's created this:

11 comments:

Stan McCullars said...

Very funny! We thought it was an SNL spoof. Is SNL still on the air?

Hayden said...

best ad of the year. Thanks. I have been cynical about this election (I live in a liberal area of Florida)and this ad made me laugh.

Phil (the Doulos) said...

Thanks Dan for working so hard to bring this to us...

Paula said...

Superbowl caliber! Surely in the top 5 this year.

Sir Aaron said...

I'm still waiting for the "big one" so that California falls into the ocean. Then the union can have its fifty some electoral votes back.

Rachael Starke said...

Genius. I'm mystified by the utter badness of so many political ads and and fliers - it's as if they hired a combination of jr. high boys and soap opera writers to write them, and a bunch of preschoolers with worn out markers and a Betamax to film them ....

This, OTOH, is perfection.

If this thing goes viral, I say Carly's got a fair shot.

Susan said...

For your information, SENATOR Boxer, the subjects of the Queen of England calls her "ma'am"--and she didn't have to work for it for a single minute. Her mere presence commands their respect.

Silly Goose said...

ROTFL!

Hysterical!
Love it when they bring the gavel down on her.

candy said...

Brilliant!

RealityCheck said...

Isn’t that Ron Howard’s Brother, Clint Howard, sitting next to the Boxer character? If so, big brother director or not, he’s through. lol

DJP said...

Yes. He must be of a different sort, I guess; he's semi-regular on Hugh Hewitt's radio show.