The Republican National Committee is very very concerned that Democratic Congressman Harold Ford Jr. may actually become the next senator from Tennessee. Watch this closely. The racist appeal of Harold Ford having sex with blonde bimbos is actually focal point:
Okay, so we figured out that most of those faux man on the street interviews are proxies for Republican talking points. The hunter "interviewed" jokes about gun control, another person is peeved about terrorists and privacy, senior citizens are concerned about paying taxes after they die (vis a vis estate taxes), and, there is that throwaway line about Canada and North Korea.
So why is the blonde with no visible clothes on vamping, "I met Harold at the Playboy Party"? What is this policy initiative? Why does the advertisement end with her winking at the camera and asking Ford to call?
There is no talking point associated with the bimbo—only the age-old stereotype that black men are oversexed and lust after white women. For decades, the GOP has race-baited—especially in the South. Last year, RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman apologized to the NAACP: "Some Republicans gave up on winning the African American vote, looking the other way or trying to benefit politically from racial polarization. I am here today as the Republican chairman to tell you we were wrong."
Last year Mehlman was against them, this year he is for them. After being missing in action during the last few weeks of Foleygate, Mehlman came out of the
closet office to say, "I don’t have the authority to take it down or put it up. It’s what called an independent expenditure."
Although the authorization line says, "The Republican National Committee is responsible for the content of this advertisement," Mehlman offers a novel interpretation of campaign finance law to say this means absolutely nothing. Thanks for explaining that, Kenny. (Wink) "Call Me!"
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