This Has to be Seen to be Believed

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Nick Gillespie at Reason calls this the worst Christmas video he has ever seen and I am inclined to agree with him.  Conspicuous by their absence in the video are the men and women of our Armed Services who I am always thankful for, especially at this time of the year when so many of them are away from family and friends.

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16 Responses to This Has to be Seen to be Believed

  • Pinky says:

    But remember, kids, you would have gotten more toys if it weren’t for all the money mommy and daddy have to spend on gasoline tax. And those assembly instructions don’t make any sense to daddy because he went to a public school. And grandma better enjoy eating turkey this year, because if her teeth fall out, a government official is going to be rationing feeding tubes.

  • Karl says:

    Shame on you, Don. It is a HOLIDAY video not a CHRISTMAS video.

    And, remember, I work for the federal government. I am LOOKING OUT for you. Ho, ho, ho!

    God bless you.

  • T. Shaw says:

    In the 100 years since progressive geniuses (special people who know better than the market), imposed the Federel income tax and the Federal Reserve System, the population grew by three-times; the national debt by 20,000-times.

    In the 19th century, there were “panics” about every 20 years. The recoveries were quick, strong, and there was no big government stimulus or monetary easing. In the 20th century and 21st depressions and recessions have been deep and recoveries slower and weaker.

    A 2012 dollar has the buying power of a 1912 penny.

    The astronomical borrow and spend, print trillions of dollars fiscal and monetary policies the PhD’s are running may end badly: currency and societal collapses.

    Watch them zombie movies. That insanitry is in your future.

    Merry Holiday and a Snappy Happy, Serfs!

  • PM says:

    Hollow Day from public service braintrust with hbp music, featuring a big book photographic centerpiece no one is reading to the little one who will grow to care less than them what it may say.

  • anzlyne says:

    The child in this scene is placed there to bring a feeling of something,,,vaguely reminiscent of…
    Why or how to celebrate Something that just now escapes us

    That faintly nostalgic opening to this commercial says that
    once there was something transcendent about the “holidays”. They had an inner life of their own somehow… back before they were defined by the government. OMB calls for our hearts and thanksgiving now.

  • philip says:

    …thanks Federal Food Inspectors…
    meanwhile Bovine Growth Hormones, genetically modified organisms approved for consumption by a former Monsanto officer who held a post in the FDA…(conflict of interest)….and then this pollution, Christmas video. Pathetic tripe.

    The Armed Services clip was outstanding.

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