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'Scary Movie' producer makes PERFECT campaign ad

From DRUDGE REPORT:

The DRUDGE REPORT has obtained an exclusive copy of a "scary" campaign advertisement created by Hollywood producer and director David Zucker that was intended to be used by GOP organizations in the closing weeks of the 2006 campaign.

However, the advertisement was deemed "too hot" by GOP strategists all across Washington, DC who have refused to use it!

In the ad, Zucker, producer of SCARY MOVIE 4, recreates former Clinton Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's 2000 visit to North Korea. During the visit, Secretary Albright presented North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il with a basketball autographed by former NBA superstar Michael Jordan.

An actress playing Secretary Albright is shown presenting Kim Jong Il with the Michael Jordan basketball, painting the walls of Osama bin Laden's Afghanistan cave and turning a blind eye to suicide bombers. In one scene her skirt rips as she changes the tire of a Middle Eastern dictator's limousine.

One GOP strategist said "jaws dropped" when the ad was first viewed. "Nobody could believe Zucker thought any political organization could use this ad. It makes a point, but it's way over the top."

Zucker is the producer and director of comedies such as "Airplane" and "The Naked Gun." In 2004, Zucker, a longtime Democrat, embraced the Republican Party based on concerns he had about national security issues and voted for President George W. Bush.

3 Comments:

  • Wonder what Madeline Not-so-bright thinks about it???

    On the money IMHO.

    By konane, at 4:08 PM

  • What makes this so great is that it comes from a popular producer in Hollywood, who was a staunch Democrat until he had the courage to admit he was wrong, and do the right thing by supporting the good guys. These days liberal Democrats stand for nothing but anger and hatred, as anyone can clearly see by everything they write and say. Never anything constructive or logical.

    By Todd, at 9:01 AM

  • Glad you managed to capture it they just blocked it. Just adds to the reasons I NEVER use Google as a search source.... don't like being fed from the same spoon everyone else gets fed from.

    "YouTube blocked video mocking Clinton administration
    Limits imposed on access to clip critical of Albright-run North Korea policy

    http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=52405

    By konane, at 9:38 AM

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