Friday, January 21, 2011

Idiotic "Jesus Hates Obama" spot "banned" from Super Bowl.

The "commercial" is by conservative "comedian" Richard Belfry, who says Fox deemed his spot "not acceptable to air." According to Agency Spy, Belfry used a multi-million dollar cash infusion from private investors in exchange for 49% of his company to launch his site and produce the commercial specifically for the Super Bowl. What's that smell? Elephant shit? Says Belfry about his stunt to sell promo items: "This isn't a stunt and we’re definitely not trying to capitalize on the horrific events that happened in Arizona." Good to know, asshole.
Related: Here's 11 instances from the last two years of illicit BamBranding.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't "Jesus hates" an oxymoron. Oh, wait, the audience for this crap (Made in China, no doubt) is plain old everyday morons, so never mind...

10:08 AM  
Anonymous Scott Ross said...

Aren't you basically falling into Belfry's trap by posting this, thereby exposing me and others--who would've otherwise remained blissfully ignorant-- to his idiocy?

He *knew* Fox would reject the ad, and that the rejection would in turn get him more exposure--for free-- than a $2 million Super Bowl spot.

10:34 AM  
Blogger copyranter said...

Of course I am, and if you would like to purchase his quality novelty items, go right ahead.

10:38 AM  
Anonymous -1-track-mind- said...

Sales, mercifully, have been extremely low save for a few orders from Fred Phelps and three members of his Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka Kansas.

Praise be to Jesus!!!

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obviously this load of crap WOULD appeal to the crowd that actually thinks there's nothing wrong or unusual about actually having a Jesus bobble head doll. I love how these brain-dead self-important losers purport to know what Jesus would think or do.

1:39 PM  

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