Reaction to Herman Cain’s “Mark Block” ad exposes media bias

According to Kevin on Hillbuzz, this ad has got the liberal media and establishment republicans all a-twitter.  I wouldn’t know because as I have stated there’s no tv news in my house. 

Kevin says:

I love how the media and the Cocktail Party GOP establishment alike have done exactly what Herman Cain wanted them to do regarding the campaign ad above.

It’s a cheap, little ad thrown together for almost nothing, with Herman Cain’s chief of staff Mark Block talking mildly into a camera…and then smoking a cigarette at the end. That cigarette was bait…so that Cain’s campaign could get free air time in the media as various fools went on about Mark Block smoking and how terrible and odd it was.

Read more http://hillbuzz.org/2011/10/25/hilarious-foolish-media-and-cocktail-party-gop-fall-right-into-herman-cains-trap-with-his-mark-block-smoking-ad/

 I liked the video right off the bat when I watched it.  The ad is brilliant, really. 

I’m sure that will leave you D. C. high priced advisors and consultants puzzled, but then it is what you don’t understand that is going to win the day this election.

Watch to the end to see what the fuss is all about.  Has anybody noticed Nobody and I mean No.body has said one word about our Dear Leader smoking although we all know he does.  Not only that, he lied about quitting, too, which is no big deal in this serial liar’s long list of lies.  I’ll bet that rose garden is full of cigarette butts, if not the White Houise itself. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Block.  Looks like a brand new wikipedia page.

Wow.  Here’s another rocking Herman Cain campaign video:

http://hillbuzz.org/2011/10/25/one-of-the-best-campaign-ads-i-have-ever-seen-herman-cains-rock-em-sock-em-robots-ad/

Posted:  10.25.11 @ 9:19 p.m.

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  1. Pingback: Iowa primary: is it Herman Cain’s “High Noon?” « Marcjan's Blog

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