"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"

"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"
aka "Miss Victory"

Sunday, October 5, 2008


Here's the video made back in August that disappears and reappears on You Tube. The children are adorable, but the message is chilling. Please remember that the children being put up to this propoganda likely do not have the intellectual capacity to decide if Obama's policies fit the world they want for their future or if his background qualifies him to be fit for the office of POTUS.

Obama even presented the video on his website for awhile.

I rather liked the Reason TV remix of video comparing the propoganda to communist Asia.

The kids are delightfully adorable. I just hate to think of the true reality of their future with Obama as leader.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is the preview for things to come if Obama is elected.

It also higlights a major aspect of this election. It is not fact driven. It’s not that facts don’t matter. It’s that people who need to hear then the most (those who still don’t know how far-left Obama really is) don’t get these facts from the media. They don’t go to the blogs like this, they don’t read long data rich threads, they don’t watch scary YouTube kids-singing videos. We keep going down in polls because people listen to the huge propaganda machine–and take that BS at face value. What we need is an arsenal of conversation changers. These attention grabbers that make an impact in 5 sec. And THEN those whose opinions still can be changed may start reading more. Obama’s side if excellent in this. They have pros working around the clock on all sorts of visuals that go straight to the emotions level, bypassing the logic. Just take a look at this site to know what I’m talking about.

Can you name a single memorable anti-Obama poster that speaks to the center-leaning Democratic voter? I can’t. And to expose who Obama really is we need some of that. With my new blog and Facebook page I’ve started a new repository to fill this gap and hope it will take off and will be used. Your comments and suggestions are more than welcome.

- Jeff Tyler