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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, Nov 6, 2018.
In fairness, that's by far the best value for money of any election campaign ever. About £4.50 to make that video, and it'll have people in Montana & North Dakota voting Republican to stop the caravan.
Trump team using the Barbara Streisand effect to their advantage.
If I was president and 7000 Mexicans were coming across the border, I'd let them in if they all brought a chilli con carne, enchiladas, burritos, and some guacamole.
My holiday in Mexico last year was by far the best holiday for food.
Fucking stunning food over there.
They're also bringing worn-out-looking donkeys, hats with massive brims, bushy black moustaches, cowboy boots with outrageously elaborate stitching and a number of kidnapped cartel gangsters.
That advert is so bad it’s even been pulled from the Fox News channel
Yeah, but guacamole bruv.
Aerial close up of the caravan approaching
Trump hates the jacks too
My favourite advert from the mid term campaigns. @Nugent would vote for Brian. Hell I might as well. He's badass.
Is that... what is that?
Not a parody. That's Brian Kemp. He's a republican running for governor of Georgia. Trump endorses him.
Haha he knows his target audience.
Why haven't they just stolen the wheels & left it on bricks?
That's the easiest way to stop a caravan.
My favourite, directed by Richard Linklater.
The final Ted gets me every time.
You forgot tequila and guns hidden in guitar cases.
The Day Today and Brass Eye in their prime couldn't match that.
It's like satire of itself. What do you do when you can't tell what's a joke and what's real any more?
The South Park creators stopped satirising Trump because reality was making their absurdity unfunny.
Call it a hate crime?