The “DQ Obama” Commercial!!! (The Birthers Hit The Little Screen)

Most Neutral Observers Had Low Expectations For The Birfer’s First Screen Test

Well, it looks like the Birthers have made it to TV with their own little commercial. I just saw it on FOXNews. Here is a youtube video of the commercial:

Oh well, this ought to be interesting. I suspect Romney isn’t going to be approving this message anytime soon.

Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter


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10 responses to “The “DQ Obama” Commercial!!! (The Birthers Hit The Little Screen)

  • Mitchina

    On a better note… Ted Cruz – a teaparty candidate – looks likely to win the congressional seat in Texas. yay! We are coming for you dumbasses

    • Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter

      You might coming for the Obots. But I am not an Obot. I am an anti-Birther, and I am voting for Romney. Who I am pretty sure will win. Maybe then the Birthers will finally STFU.

      Squeeky Fromm
      Girl Reporter

    • Monkey Boy

      Keep whistling past the boneyard, SFB. You just might convince yourself that you are not afraid.

      • Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter

        Well, we will know in a few months. I am not sure Romney can fix anything, but Obama has been a complete washout sooo I don’t see any harm from changing horses. The only good thing I could expect from Obama winning is watching the Birthers melt down. Four more years of Obama and they will have to be hospitalized and put on Haldol. The ones that don’t just have a apoplectic fit and die first.

        Squeeky Fromm
        Girl Reporter

        • RoadScholar

          Romney Tax Plan Would Raise Taxes on 95%

          ‘ A new Brookings Institution/Tax Policy Center study finds Mitt Romney’s plan to overhaul the tax code would produce cuts for the richest 5% of Americans — and larger bills for everybody else.

          The Washington Post notes the researchers seemed “to bend over backward to be fair to the Republican presidential candidate” but “none of it helped Romney.”

          “His rate-cutting plan for individuals would reduce tax collections by about $360 billion in 2015, the study says. To avoid increasing deficits — as Romney has pledged — the plan would have to generate an equivalent amount of revenue by slashing tax breaks for mortgage interest, employer-provided health care, education, medical expenses, state and local taxes, and child care — all breaks that benefit the middle class.” ‘

          That sound good to you, Squeekers?

        • Slartibartfast


          Nate Silver at 538 puts the odds at 69% Obama, 31% Rmoney, if you want an objective numbers (Intrade has a 58% chance, but that is a much worse metric). I’d guess he will be re-elected baring a singular event or a sustained downturn in the economic numbers. Which is good, because if Rmoney is elected, I’m guessing we wont be getting out of Afghanistan (the Graveyard of Empire… just sayin’) and we will be going to war with Iran (look at how friendly Mittens is with Dick the War Criminal and the neocons…). Plus he’ll be good for business—after all, sending American jobs overseas has always been good business… and you can probably forget about the lowest tax rate of the modern era that exists under President Obama–Rmoney will need to raise middle class rates to give the millionaires and billionaires donating to his campaign the tax breaks and subsidies they’re paying for.

          What do you think he’s hiding in his tax returns? (Or, if you don’t think he’s hiding something, why wont he release them?) I think they show that he’s a typical rich dude that used a whole bunch of loopholes (and maybe some gray area…) that his accountants were able to find to reduce his tax burden far below that of the average American.

          Also, I think it’s interesting that the birthers, who can’t stop falsely accusing President Obama with a lack of transparency regarding his past, seem to have no problem with Mitt Rmoney’s lack of transparency regarding his past…

        • G

          I agree with all of the points made in Slarti’s reply post above.

          Face it, Romney is the lamest major party candidate to arise in our lifetime. He’s a pathetically transparent empty-suit, pathological flip-flopper and uncharismatic cad.

          He seems to have no actual stances, other than a “say anything” desperate desire to be President…simply for the sake of wanting to put that feather in his own cap. He stands for nothing.

          I don’t mind at all that there are folks who are unhappy with Obama and who simply wish to cast a vote for “something else”.

          But let’s face it, that’s really all that most of Romney’s votes will amount to – protest votes against Obama, not “pro-Romney” votes.

          The media always needs to portray a horse-race for elections, but anyone who thinks their Romney vote is anything more than an uphill battle and outsider’s crapshoot, are simply not being honest with themselves.

          Any realist can look at the Electoral College math and realize that Romney is currently a long-shot contender and that the probability odds of overcoming such a deficit, with someone who barely has any policy platform at all and who is such a bland, dishonest and unlikeable person, are not very plausible at all.

  • M. Heuss

    Hearing a member of the tea party call anyone a dumbass is always good for a chuckle. Has there ever been a group of people less in touch with the facts in the history of the U.S?

  • Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter


    Nope, it doesn’t sound good to me. On economics, the Republicans are pretty much totally stupid crazy in my opinion. The whole Republican Economic theory is based on flawed (and stupid) assumptions, with a high bias toward the Supply Side, which is its own form of crazy. And don’t even get me started on all this “Worship the Wealthy” crap they do.

    The only good thing about Republican economics, if any of the planks ever got passed, is that the majority of people would finally get to see the crap for what it is.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

    • Monkey Boy

      Anyone, in my opinion, that didn’t see the flawed economics and wholesale looting of the treasury during the time period 2000-2008 may be hopeless.

      Not to mention the casual commitments to wars that we can’t afford, as well as the callous attitude concerning the killing of brown and black peoples worldwide. Not that the current President is much better, but the lesser of evils while still evil, is nevertheless lesser.

      At least, so far, Obama has avoided the wholesale slaughter of Iranians, and our having to take on another $2-4 Trillion in costs from that war. And Romney and cohorts would, while profiting handsomely, pay very little of it–just like the Iraqi debacle.

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