Monday, April 25, 2011

Lean Forward. Until you Lean Over. And Fall.

This isn't the least bit important. I don't even watch this channel. And I only watch interview clips online when I can't watch paint drying. But these are just too bizarre.

Also, I need a second opinion. Does Rachel Maddow usually resemble a 12-year-old boy?

So here you go. MSNBC's new Lean Forward ads.

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Food is also a human necessity. What this country really needs is GroceryCare, a government-run grocery store where companies must purchase their employees milk and eggs. And Fritos. They're made from corn. And corn is a vegetable.


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The Republicans would call Obama an "American" if he didn't view it as an insult.

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A company IS all about the people. They call those people "customers". And when that company spends the money they earn, that company becomes another company's customer.

Tada! People.

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Uh, Rachel. Obama's the one who keeps lauding China. Who said America doesn't have greatness in it's future? Again. Obama. He's the one who tells us 10+ percent unemployment is the new norm, while brandishing pom poms about everyone living with less and sacrificing.

So on that instance we can agree. You really are wrong. And you really do look like a 12-year-old boy.


Thank you for watching. These Leaning Forward ads have been brought to you by your antagonists in the mainstream media and by director Spike Lee.

1 comment:

Jason Michael Parrish said...

West Virginia used to have something like grocerycare during the early part of the last century. The coal mines paid their workers in scrip...something like money...but you could only use it at the company stores.

You should read more about it. It was a scary time in WV history and seems to be the way this world is heading...i.e. a one-world currency where everything must be purchased at Wal-Mart.