Americans by nature, are slow to wrath.
We’re generally an easy-going people and esteem the best out of everyone, even madmen that threaten to nuke us. Americans always hope for the best, and try to see the goodness in people, a mentality that Anne Frank wrote in her famous diary in the midst of humanity’s brutality, right before she was taken by force and gassed to death by the Nazis.
Sadly, I fear in this age of Multicultural nonsense, there is very little that can be done to threaten and demean us, since many of our countrymen are joining the thuggish throngs of the world in denouncing ourselves. American presidents are burned in effigy alongside American flags and dummies of marines that are spit on and burned by the anti-war morons in American streets.
But I saw a glimmer of hope this week, as American tempers and blood boiled over with the release of Absolut Vodka’s marketing program in Mexico. The campaign depicts the entire Southwest of America taken over and annexed by Mexico, in solidarity with the Atzlan and Mecha movments for the Reconquinista of the United States. It’s huge hit in Mexico as I’m sure you can imagine, though the Multiculturalists and Mexicans are taken aback by the reaction it’s getting here in the States.
Apparently words and stories by Jihadists about promising America’s coming doom and marches by millions of Illegal Mexican Insurgents making demands are not enough to resonate with most people, but a liquor ad with a simple map puts match to the powder keg.
I guess better late than never.
Absolut vodka ad stirs a U.S.-Mexico debate
Some in the north take offense at the depiction of an old border.
MEXICO CITY — The latest advertising campaign in Mexico from Swedish vodka maker Absolut seemed to push all the right buttons south of the U.S. border, but it ruffled a few feathers in El Norte.
As word of the campaign spread across the border, primarily via the Internet, some in the United States began giving the campaign a much more hostile reception.
The colorful ad, created by the Teran\TBWA agency and the vodka maker, is a sight gag depicting what a map of North America might look like “In an Absolut world,” i.e., a perfect one.
Well, here’s AMERICA”S Idea of the “Perfect World”, created and submitted by yours truly:
Shove that in your tortillas and smoke it Absolut!
Michelle Malkin reveals the “Mealy-mouthed” and rude response coming from the makers of Absolut HERE.