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  • Hoss October 1, 2020, 4:16 AM

    Pretty slick. I like it.

  • Barbarita Green October 1, 2020, 4:54 AM

    Hot Damn. That’s a movie I want to watch over and over! Wish I could vote in Texas.

  • Eric Gagnon October 1, 2020, 6:01 AM

    This is insulting to voters on so many levels. Yes, let’s ignore the important, life-or-death issues facing our republic today and turn our canditates into cast members of “Mission Impossible 9: Skydiving Republicans.” It looks like the world depicted in the movie “Idiocracy” is closer to us than we think.

  • ghostsniper October 1, 2020, 7:00 AM

    Eye catching for sure, but lacking in substance. Maybe that will occur in episode 2 now that everyone is primed for it. With the mentality of today you have to feed folks one spoonful at a time while keeping the interest level pegged out.

  • Terry October 1, 2020, 7:45 AM

    Yes Eric Gagnon, the world is Idiocracy, always has been.

    In my opinion the ad is great. Shows confidence.

    As long as the right column here at AD shows the true patriot in the olive drab T, standing behind six rifles, I am a happy camper. Starts my day with a big smile.

  • Dirk Williams October 1, 2020, 7:54 AM

    Since when is having a lil political fun bad. Why is it we take politics so seriously? As long as ” our money ” didn’t get spent on this who cares.

    Politics, the money spent on swaying politics, is the ultimate evil. Timmothy Leary’s buried on a friend’s property north of Santa Cruz Ca,,,,,,,a lovely hillside overlooking the Pacific. Fitting for this man, his interesting contributions.

    I’ve sat next to his grave, and pondered the world thru his eyes, as closely as I could. Tim was far more the the father of LSD-25, an amazing man, with a crisp mind, open to all possibilities. I’m envious.

    As Tower Of Power sings,
    ” Funk The Dumb Stuff”


  • Aggie October 1, 2020, 7:57 AM

    I’m not a snooty person but I found that cartoon of an ad a little excruciating. And that’s probably because I would support all of them at the polls with the possible exception of Crenshaw, whose voting record isn’t nearly as convincing as he would have you believe in this characterization.

  • Anne October 1, 2020, 7:59 AM

    Lived in TX for two years–LOVED those people! Best part of all are the women–they were independent individuals a LONG time before the fem-nazis of Seattle created the new wave of feminist idiocy! Forty years ago there were two sayings going around at the time:
    1. Any man that meets and marries a Texas woman while living out of state will–WILL–end up living in TX.! TEXAS women always bring their man home! (Unless, of course, they meet up in Montana–that’s another story!)
    2. A Texas woman will say: “honey, I’ll follow you anywhere. Now, why don’t you and I just head on over there? (pointing in the desired direction)
    3. I loved this film and hope to heck it helps to restore that mighty TX independent spirt, that the Democrats have been attacking recently.

  • Gordon Scott October 1, 2020, 10:14 AM

    Anne has the right of it. Texas women, and their influence on Texas men, is legendary. James Michener, who had a good eye for culture, saw it and reflected it in his boat anchor sized fictional book about the state. Cartoonist Chris Muir draws it constantly in his strip Day By Day. And the interesting thing is, unlike a lot of cultural characteristics, it can be acquired in adulthood. But perhaps that’s just a supressed personality surfacing in certain gals.

    Gerard, Daphne, eh?