Maybe It Was A Secret Message to Ted

February 16, 2016 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Y’all, Marco Polo.

He’s lost.  are Rubio ran a “Morning in America” ad.  Only thing wrong with it was that it was Morning in Canada.

Yes, he’s talking to you, Canada!  Wake up!

I know it’s Obama’s fault, but you might want to check to see if there’s a Ted Cruz insider involved.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.


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25 Comments to “Maybe It Was A Secret Message to Ted”

  1. “Good point” Miz JJ, “but let’s not forget to dispel with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing. He knows exactly what he’s doing.”

    With apologies to Buzzfeed….

  2. Larry from Colorado says:

    Sure it isn’t a Crude ad?

  3. That ad is filled with inaccuracies and down right lies. So not shocking that the footage is Canada and not the United States. What is one more lie among dozens?

  4. what we realy need is 8 more years like W’s. what?

  5. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    *** I’m Roboto Rutabaga and I approve this message ***

    Teapot Ears might want to reconsider to whom he delegates the responsibility for proof checking his ads and attaching the approved by label. This guy is not ready to appoint cabinet positions and heads of agencies, much less be CIC. From his vast experience we could expect such notables as his former drug smuggling BIL to be appointed Surgeon General.

    And, he thinks he can sell his foolish notion that President Obama should not nominate a replacement for Justice Scalia. Sure Marco, you pick the next one. Who do you suggest, Winnie the Pooh?

  6. No surprise that a RepubliKlan plays fast and loose with the truth. They have a genetic allergy to facts.

  7. “O Canada”

  8. Wonder if he prefers hockey over football? That would cost him the southern vote.

  9. Let’s see: Trump had ads featuring Moroccans swarming the border whom he claimed were Mexicans, and an ad with “veterans” who were wearing Soviet Union medals on their chests. Cruz had a soft porn actress in his ad. Now this. Somebody in the clown car needs to learn how to use “the internets.”

  10. AlanInAustin says:

    Channeling his inner Ted Cruz?

  11. Maybe Rubio plans to invade and take over Canada after he single-handedly cleans up the Middle East.

  12. Hey, everybody shoots in Canada. It’s cheaper there.

  13. Well, that was depressing. They’re just not Republicans if they don’t scare or worry the hell out of you. I’m not an unskeptical fan of Bernie Sanders, but I’m going to go watch his Paul Simon “America” ad to keep from slitting my wrists.

  14. That’s sure enough Vancouver. One of the tall buildings near the right side of the photo is topped by what appears to be a tiny flying saucer. That’s the Vancouver Lookout, a very popular attraction where visitors can get a 360-degree look around the city. The building it’s perched on is the Harbour Centre. And to think that Rubio, who emphasizes his Christian credentials every two minutes, approved this ad his very own self!

  15. Elizabeth Moon says:

    The level of incompetence among GOP candidates is…amazing. Cruz didn’t know his ad featured a porn actress, Rubio didn’t know his ad featured a foreign country, Trump claims to have acquired military expertise from movies and TV….

  16. JAKvirginia says:

    Oh please, people! These ads aren’t aimed at us. They’re for their snacilbubeR mouth-breathing, low-information “base”. Those people think Canada is U.S. territory. So… what’s the problem, eh?

    And the idea that Rs are even remotely concerned with facts or accuracy is simply laughable at this point.

  17. Cheryl Ann says:

    You know, it must have been so much easier to run for office before the interwebs. Bless their hearts…..

  18. Beware, Canada! Rubio has got designs on you…

  19. Sigh. Of course they knew it was Canada but heck they are the ones who think of Canada as American’s “hat”.

  20. Marge Wood says:

    Did you notice PROJECT FOR THE NEW AMERICAN CENTURY, the project by the neocons and what order they were going to fight their wars in? Cruz is trying to get that going again I guess. But I can’t believe that Rubio’s campaign used that material. Brings a lot of memories floating to the top.


  21. Well, the Ted Cruz campaign would have used a U.S. harbor scene, but it couldn’t find a U.S. harbor that wasn’t choked with Chinese cargo ships bringing in toxic toys and dog food and hauling away American factories to provide jobs in Malaysia and Indonesia and Vietnam. So what choice did Ted’s campaign have?

    Teddy sweetie is a conservative who, no doubt, is glad that he no longer has to sing a national anthem that talks about “true patriots’ love” when instead, he can have “bombs bursting in air.” That sort of thing is clearly why he left Canada – too damned nice and polite for his taste. So why did he end up using the Vancouver harbor? For Morning In Canada, er, America, he needed bucolic. Lots of damned bucolic. And U.S. harbors choked with Chinese freighters are just not bucolic enough.

  22. JAK said, “snacilbubeR mouth-breathing, low-information ‘base’.”

    That’s a kinder, gentler way to say !Stupid! Nope, not every snacilbupeR is stupid, but lots of ’em are, especially the tea bagger types.

  23. Another Republican exporting American jobs.

  24. @ Debbo:

    I did not mean that Conservatives are generally stupid; I meant, that stupid persons are generally Conservative. I believe that to be so obvious and undeniable a fact that I hardly think any hon. Gentleman will question it. — John Stuart Mill

    Usually paraphrased as “Conservatives are not necessarily stupid, but most stupid people are conservatives.”

  25. Another argument for post natal abortion.