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RNC Pulls Comical Web Ad About ACORN And Bill Ayers And TeLePrOMpTerz

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Call it the Road to Recovery, you queer fink motherfuckers: a web ad from the RNC, to commemorate Obama's 100 days of Famine, posted yesterday and immediately pulled for being terrible. Watch what appears to be a Southern white man doing his "blacky voice" over video of Obama's inauguration speech.

The introductory text reads, "100 days ago, a man read a grand speech from a TelePrompter. What if the Teleprompter had accidentally switched to reality-mode?" Then: "A parody from the RNC." OH JESUS, RUN.

Apparently an "edited version" will come out later today, so that will probably just be a sweaty Haley Barbour or whatever yelling "n***er" for three minutes.

[YouTube, HuffPo]

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