Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore, who last year called President Obama’s first term “heartbreaking,” has just released a new get-out-the-vote video purportedly featuring residents at the Rosebud Nursing Home using profanity and crude sexual references directed at Republicans.
The video starts off with 97-year old Marie talking about the first time she voted in 1940, for FDR, and concludes by saying, “I want the Republican Party to know if your voter suppression throughout this beautiful country enables Romney to oust Barack Obama…we will burn this mother—er down!”
She is followed by 75-year old Dorothi, who is equally vile, saying, “If the Republicans steal this election, I’m going to track down Mitt Romney and give him the world’s biggest c—punch. What’s the matter sonny, you never heard that phrase, ‘c—punch?’ Right in the N–SACK!”
Moore calls this the “greatest generation.” I can think of a few words to describe the subjects in this video and they wouldn’t include the word greatest.
The video, besides being what has to be the most vile campaign video ever, is, in my opinion, a complete failure.
How does a video with a bunch of rude and crude seniors motivate anyone to vote, except, perhaps, teens that like this kind of language, most of whom can’t or don’t vote anyway?
What this video does show is the desperation of Moore and MoveOn.org over their fear that Obama will lose the election next week, and that they will stoop to any level to keep him in office.
Watch the video at your own risk: