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UPDATE: YouTube has already removed the video and for good reason. No words. h/t Political Wire

Rick Perry’s not afraid to admit he’s a Christian but what he believes is insignificant to the power of the force. h/t the Factor

“I’m proud of my gun — and I pooed in space.” Bad Lip Reading: Rick Perry’s “Strong” ad – watch more funny videos h/t Pat Gavin

From “This campaign is just kicking off. We’re opening up offices, unpacking boxes, and starting a conversation with supporters like you to help shape our path to victory. 2012 begins now, and this is where you say you’re in.” Wait, isn’t this the same ad campaign that the Redskins …

Not everyone was on board with the ad:

This is the bizarre kind of stuff you can do when you have zero chance of winning. h/t Mrs. Lazy Hazy

In his latest ad, Charlie Crist [R D I – Florida] tries to convince Florida voters that he works for the Party of “Americans.” And this is what happens when you’re not a Charlie Crist fan and Final Cut Pro goes on sale.

These two really gave it their all in what ends up being a superbly acted performance. Feel the passion, the energy, and the electricity as they rail against Ohio’s Ted Strickland. Count them as front runners for next year’s Emmy awards. RGA TV Ad: Ohio – Ted Stirckland “Twice” from …

Does the super creepy voiceover cost extra?  [new McCain ad]

Welcome to DC, where everyone is an advocate. We bet this post makes at least one person happy.

DSCC spokesman Eric Schultz had the line of the day when commenting about the DSCC’s new video, “GOP Says No to Jobs.” “It may be springtime, but Republicans seem allergic to job creation.” That may be true, but the DSCC is not alergic to iStock actors. They used every one …

Note: When using the likeness of the First Lady of the United States of America, you might want to get her permission. No strangers to controversy, the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is up to its old tricks again. This time they’ve raised eyebrows …

Last month, Stephen Colbert tore apart Miracle Whip’s new ad campaign aimed at hipsters. Yesterday, our favorite condiment responded by running this full page ad in several newspapers. It’s pretty much brilliant.

We generally don’t dig on political ads, but this one is pretty clever. [doesn’t suck] Note: The first person to spoof this successfully wins.

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has some very clever folks working for them. Their latest ad is a very well done spoof of the PC vs. Mac ad. Instead of "I’m a PC and I’m a Mac," it’s now "I’m a Democrat and I’m a Republican." And instead of "I …