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October 2, 2012

Good Doggie Bad Mitt, Mutts Vs. Mitt

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You think you're upset over how Mitt Romney's been smack-talking about the poor. Dog lovers across the Bay Area are even more disturbed by the way he treats pups.

Because this is the Bay Area, where people like dogs more than kids, a group of canines and their owners are planning to gather at the dog sanctuary of Point Isabel this weekend to protest Romney's treatment of his Irish Settler, Seamus. As Obama noted this election season, the adorable family pup rode in a carrier which was strapped on top of the Romney's Chevrolet during the family's 12-hour drive to Canada.

While the Romneys relaxed up front, Seamus was apparently stressed out by the family vacation, enough so that he got sick in his carrier. Romney defended his actions to a Boston Globe reporter, explaining that he had no clue it was illegal to tie your pup to the top of a car while driving on the highway.

Well, the Good Dog, Bad Romney folks are here to help educate the Republican presidential candidate and anyone else who believes strapping their dog on top of a moving car is a good idea.The crew plans to walk the paths at the Richmond-based park on Saturday morning, passing out information about dog safety, and T-shirts, of course.

But more importantly, they'll be out there reminding folks to bark for Barack come Election Day.


March 9, 2012

The Anti-Hate Ad MSNBC Won’t Show } Video


A new spot takes the Family Research Council's leader to task for demonizing gays -- but the network won't show it

Still from Faithful America's video
This originally appeared on AlterNet.
For the longest time, many of us have been raising hell over the fact that MSNBC hosts hate-group leader Tony Perkins (the Family Research Council)as authoritative voice without asking him about his organization’s history of lying in order to demonize the LGBT community.
Well now Faithful America has come out with an awesome ad which best speaks to the point. Only MSNBC rejected this ad. Therefore, I guess it’s up to us to spread its message:
My guess is that Perkins will whine about how supposedly the left is trying to silence him and other people of faith. In actuality, I don’t want him silenced. I want there to be a conversation about the entire issue.
And the first place we should start is with the charges in the ad.
PLEASE spread it around. Let’s make this thing very viral!

January 22, 2012

David Beckham Stripping to Underwear for H&M Super Bowl ad

by Jim Buzinski.
This is looking to be a fairly gay Super Bowl. Madonna is doing the halftime show and now comes news that gay icon David Beckham will be in his underwear as part of an ad by fashion retailer H&M.
Beckham and his in-house creative team helped to design the collection, comprised of briefs, boxers, T-shirts, pajamas, vests and long johns. The line will be available at 1,800 H&M stores and online beginning Feb. 2, 2012.
“Working with a team has always been a key part of my life and I found that to be the same when developing this range. Collectively with my design team we spent time working on the feel, fit and style to ensure the product is not only something I would wear but one which I would be proud to put my name to,” David said in a statement. “I always want to challenge myself and this was such a rewarding experience for me. I’m very happy with the end result and I hope H&M’s male customers will be as excited as I am.”
Beckham, 36, has announced he will be coming back to play for the L.A. Galaxy in Major League Soccer.
He wont be stripping like the following pics because he has already done so every where. He love to show and I have not heard any guy or girl complaint yet. AF*


December 13, 2011

Perry’s Ad Goes Viral } For The Wrong Reasons (from His Side of view)


Texas Gov. Rick Perry's speech to a New Hampshire family values group is drawing comparisons to former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean's infamous scream, as video of the enthusiastic address by the former Republican front-runner has gone viral.
The edited video of the Friday speech was posted to YouTube on Saturday by an anonymous user, and shows an extremely expressive Perry talking about his flat-tax plan and other issues.
One Republican operative who watched the video called it "strange and peculiar," and said it could prove fatal to Perry's campaign like Dean's 2004 scream, and another questioned whether he was on any medication.

NEW YORK (AP) — Maybe Rick Perry should have worn a different jacket.
 The Republican presidential hopeful's new campaign ad, "Strong," has become a viral video sensation since being released last week — but not necessarily for the reasons the campaign might hope for.
By Monday afternoon, the ad had registered nearly 650,000 "dislikes" on YouTube, compared to just over 20,000 likes. And it has sparked nearly 700 reply videos, including some mercilessly funny parodies that feature people wearing the same kind of jacket Perry wears, and lots of chatter about how Perry looks like a gay cowboy from the movie "Brokeback Mountain."
In the ad, Perry suggests that President Barack Obama is waging a "war on religion" after signing legislation allowing gays to serve in the military. It's drawn some 6 million views on YouTube, more than any other campaign video this year, company officials said.
As he struggles for traction three weeks before the GOP nominating contest opens in Iowa, Perry is using the ad to appeal to the kind of Christian conservatives who typically dominate the state's precinct caucuses. In it, he makes some eyebrow-raising claims.
Perry is seen walking up a grassy hillside, dressed in a brown barn jacket and blue shirt.
"I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm Christian," Perry says. "But you don't need to be in the pew every Sunday to know that there's something wrong in this country when gays can serve openly in the military but our kids can't openly celebrate Christmas or pray in schools."
He continues, "As president, I'll end Obama's war on religion and I'll fight against liberal attacks on our religious heritage."
In fact, Obama has had nothing to do with banning school prayer — the Supreme Court ruled in 1962 that prayer in public school was an unconstitutional violation of the First Amendment. Perry's suggestion that gays serving in the military represent an assault on religious faith has drawn scorn from Democrats and gay rights activists, many of whom are expressing themselves in video.
First, there's the jacket. Many videos have noted that it's the same type worn by actor Heath Ledger in the 2005 movie "Brokeback Mountain," which centers on a long love affair between two cowboys.
Many of the video parodies feature actors wearing the shirt and jacket combo, including video satirist Andy Cobb.
"I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm an atheist," Cobb says, "but you know there's something wrong with this country when politicians think it's OK to hate on gays and nonbelievers in ads."
Another video shows a brown-jacketed rabbi, Jason Miller.
"I'm not ashamed to admit I'm a Jew," Miller says. "There's something wrong in our country when gays can serve openly in the military but still can't marry each other in most U.S. states."
Some videos include a message from Jesus.
"I'm ashamed to admit that you are (a Christian)," a cartoon Jesus says to Perry in one.
In another, an actor playing Jesus says, "Rick Perry using my name to promote his agenda against gays in the military is just pathetic."
Stephen Farnsworth, an associate professor of communications at George Mason University, said the ad may well help Perry in Iowa, where polls are starting to show him inch up a bit. But Farnsworth said the ad's message — and the parodies it has spawned — won't help in the long run, particularly when it comes to connecting with moderate and swing voters.
"The worst thing to be in American politics is a joke," Farnsworth said.
The Perry campaign did not respond to a request for comment.
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December 6, 2011

Aussie Actor in Viral Gay Marriage Equality Ad Speaks-see vid

During an interview with Australia’s Ten News, actor Julian Shaw said the creators of the marriage equality ad that went viral last week titled It’s Time, have been “blown away by the response,” theAdvocate’s Jeremy Kinser reports.
Actor Julian Shaw says the creators of the popular It's Timemarriage equality ad decided to focus on the love story rather than discrimination and they've been "blown away by the response," during an interview with Australia's Ten News.
The video ad, which focuses on the love story rather than discrimination, is told from a first-person perspective, has captivated much of the English-speaking world and been seen by more than 3 million viewers to date. Shaw says he teared up when he read the treatment for the ad. "I didn't think in terms of heterosexuality or homosexuality, I just thought this was a beautiful love story," he says. "Quite frankly it's an actor's dream role to be able to convey a whole relationship with all these beautiful pungent moments in two minutes."
Over the weekend the ruling Labor party in Australia changed its platform to support marriage equality, although a conscience vote on same-sex marriage in the near term is not expected to pass parliament.
Watch the interview below. Watch the video here

November 26, 2011

Australian Marriage Equality advocacy group's sexy, sensational new ads has the blogosphere abuzz.

 Australia Gay Marriage Ad

The independent advocacy organization GetUp! Action for Australia produced the new ad, simply titled "A Love Story," which depicts two handsome men enjoying romantic dates and dealing with family crises before a proposal and the subsequent nuptials.
"It's time," the ad proclaims at the conclusion. "End marriage discrimination."
Though a slim majority of Australians support marriage equality, few reportedly rate it highly as a national issue.
Check out "A Love Story" below:

November 25, 2011

Some Commercials Leave a Lasting Impression } How About Bieber in a Macy’s Gayish Ad


 And not just because he (still) looks like a lesbian.
The Beebs (a.k.a. J-Beebs, Justin, JB, Biebs, Bieber, and countless others we don't know because we don't actually follow Justin Bieber that closely) just premiered in this new commercial for Macy's special Black Friday event; however, unlike all the other "get up at 2am and wait in the freezing cold for a sale item you may or may not actually get once you're inside" ads you're seeing right now on TV, this one is super funny. The humor involves screaming. It's also about a super great cause.
So what, you ask, is the point? It's 30-seconds so you'll figure out the story on your own, but the bottom line is that if you go to Macy's and pick up Justin's Someday Gift Set (while supplies last), Macy's will donate $2 to The Make-a-Wish Foundation, with a total donation value of up to $100,000. As that's a pretty cool thing, we thought we'd share it with you here.
Check it out. And if you're still looking for something to do, visit Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber. It's loads of fun.

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