First know that this is not a parody. This is an actual political ad produced exclusively for the web. It is being called one of the most offensive political videos in U.S. history. The video is aimed at Los Angeles Councilwoman Janice Hahn (D).
On September 1, 2010, the government of a small southeastern African country named Mozambique made an announcement to the people. The announcement declared that specific items such as water, electricity, and fuel would be increasing in cost by 25%. Most importantly, bread would receive the highest increase in cost at 30%. According to the Mozambique government, the new hike in food prices would be “irreversible”. Shortly thereafter, all hell broke loose. The residents of Maputo, the capital city of Mozambique, began rioting and looting for three continuous days.
Meet Alvin M. Greene. He lives at home with his 81-year-old father and has no cellphone or computer. This 32-year-old unemployed military veteran is the controversial winner of Tuesday’s Democratic Primary in South Carolina. During his campaign he never gave a speech, didn’t launch a Web site, never hired political consultants or plant any lawn signs. According to the Washington Post, there’s only $114 in his campaign bank account and he says that the only check he has ever written was to cover his filing fee of $10,400.