From Basil Marceaux planting vegetation on open lots to Chris Young asking his girlfriend to marry him during a mayoral debate to that crazy guy who screamed his entire speech a couple of weeks ago and now to Sam Katz kicking kids in the face. Anyone who hasn't been entertained by political season isn't trying. Want to laugh for anywhere from 5 minutes-9 hours? Type 'funny political ad' into youtube and let the 'lol's' roll. Like the upcoming elections have been bringing their funny/awkward moment fastball like Nolan Ryan in his prime. Just one after the other. And I love how this ad just gets to the core issue here. I mean 99% of these ads we see or read talk about campaign finance reform, or the advantages and disadvantages of globalization, heath care blah blah blah. I mean they may as well produce these things in European-speak for all I care. I don't know enough about it and until they make a fantasy sport about it I'm not going to know enough about it. But this ad is pretty simple. Forget all the political jargon, Sam Katz clearly kicks kids in the face. It's right there. No waffling. Now the only question you have to answer is, where do you stand on kicking kids in the face. If you're against punting kids in the domepiece then you vote for whoever is running against Sam Katz. If you don't mind kicking kids in the grillmix then Sam Katz is your guy. Simple enough.
PS: For those that haven't been following the BasilMarceaux.com saga it turns out that our boy Basil lost out on his race for Tennessee governor during the Republican primary. And it's a shame too. A shame that a country founded on innovation and forward thinking couldn't find room for this rising star. You think 'democracy' and 'no taxation without representation' sounded rational back in the day? Pffft. But we invested in it for it's vision of a better future and thus have created it for ourselves. Same thing with Basil Marceaux. Sure planting crops on empty lots, stopping traffic stops, and giving everyone guns seems a tad radical, but to me there's no difference between that and the Declaration of Independence. So here's to you Basil, America's loss.