Obama Uses Cheney’s Endorsement In New Ad

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Bush, Cheney, McCain, Media, Video

As with many of the Obama ads this election cycle, the effectiveness of this lies in its simplicity.

Cheney = Bush = McCain.



I honestly don’t know what Dick Cheney was thinking by endorsing this late in the game. It’s almost as if he wanted to kick McCain in the gut, because he had to know this wouldn’t help him.

Could this be Bush’s final “F**k you!” to McCain?


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One Response to “Obama Uses Cheney’s Endorsement In New Ad”

  1. Dollface Says:

    This ad is actually kind of funny (the music, mainly). It’s too bad for McCain that he got endorsed by Dick Cheney. I doubt it will change much in the election, though, other than more negative press in the last days of the campaign.

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