WSJ, We Hardly Knew Ye….

Ace points us to a bit of hilarity at the Wall Street Journal, which used to be fine source of opinion and commentary – that is, before they bent over for the reconquistas in search of the almighty Peso and exposed their lack of respect for American sovereignty.

The Senate’s 46-53 roll call in favor of limiting debate and clearing the way to a final vote fell 14 votes short of the 60 needed. Activists who say the bill amounts to a grant of amnesty for those who entered the U.S. illegally had popped up all over the Internet, directing supporters to call their senators’ offices – or more.

Hot Air Network’s Web ad, embedded below, urged “conservatives fed up with Republican scheming on this bill, [to] do something about it. If you gave to the party in the past year, you can demand your money back. Call the Republican National Committee today and demand a full refund. If you gave to any senator or congressman in the past year, call their office and demand a full refund.” Hot Air is a conservative online broadcast site run by blogger Michelle Malkin.

The original version, however, was where the hilarity actually ensued, albeit briefly – Mary Jo Carnevale, who has apparently never used a camcorder or the interwebs, QUESTIONED THE FUNDING of this expensive anti-RNC video ad:

Estimates range from $250,000 to over a cool million. The best part is the comments section under the WSJ post. Nice, See-Dub.

4 comments

  1. Clearly produced with Soros level funding and Spielberg movie magic. Who knew a clan of Deliverance rednecks was so loaded with disposable moonshine profits and inspired creativity?

    Incidentally, here’s a family friendly drinking game you can play. Review the WSJ boardroom meeting criticizing the anti-amnesty bigots and racists for their cultural intolerance. [advance to t=2:17] The only rule: you have to take a swig of 180% proof every time you see a non-melanin-challenged person of indeterminate origin.

    You’ll drive home safely every time.

    Some videos/commentaries just write themselves.

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