Zombie Kids – the creepiest Obama ad yet

Children ‘of the future’ blame ‘Mom and Dad’ for electing Mitt Romney, sing about Romney letting sick people ‘just die’

A new video from the founders of a celebrated advertising agency features children “of the future” singing about the aftermath of a Mitt Romney presidency: A world where sick people are required to “just die,” the atmosphere is “frying,” gays can be “fixed” and “oil fills the sea.”

The children, who stare blankly at the camera throughout the video, even take pains to explicitly mention that they blame “mom and dad” for all those horrors.

The weirdest thing is that the people who made this clip think it will help Obama.

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61 Responses to Zombie Kids – the creepiest Obama ad yet

  1. myiq2xu says:


    Imagine an America
    Where strip mines are fun and free
    Where gays can be fixed
    And sick people just die
    And oil fills the sea

    We don’t have to pay for freeways!
    Our schools are good enough
    Give us endless wars
    On foreign shores
    And lots of Chinese stuff

    We’re the children of the future
    American through and through
    But something happened to our country
    And we’re kinda blaming you

    We haven’t killed all the polar bears
    But it’s not for lack of trying
    Big Bird is sacked
    The Earth is cracked
    And the atmosphere is frying

    Congress went home early
    They did their best we know
    You can’t cut spending
    With elections pending
    Unless it’s welfare dough

    We’re the children of the future
    American through and through
    But something happened to our country
    And we’re kinda blaming you

    Find a park that is still open
    And take a breath of poison air
    They foreclosed your place
    To build a weapon in space
    But you can write off your au pair

    It’s a little awkward to tell you
    But you left us holding the bag
    When we look around
    The place is all dumbed down
    And the long term’s kind of a drag

    We’re the children of the future
    American through and through
    But something happened to our country
    And yeah, we’re blaming you

    You did your best
    You failed the test

    Mom and Dad
    We’re blaming you!

  2. catarina says:

    There isn’t enough WTF in the world for this.

  3. myiq2xu says:

    The Romney campaign should make a counter-ad showing Mitt’s grandkids doing normal kid stuff.

  4. I had to stop it right off. “Oil fills the sea?” Um, we already had that, compliments of Deepwater Horizons. Obama stood there for, like, six months without a clue as to what to do. Going back to finish now.

  5. DM says:

    Creepy ad.

  6. Various comments in my household during the video:

    Hubby: How is this different than the last four years?

    Me: If these are the children of the future, we’re doomed.

    Hubby: This is a cover of a song I wrote about the boomers when I was ten.

    Me: This video looks like it was directed by a pedophile for masturbation material. Look at all those chalky and glossy lips!

    Hubby: Talk about leading from behind.

    Me: The ultimate act of division: siccing a four year old on her parents.

  7. let me guess- these are the same children from 08 that made the vid singing the praises of Obama in that so called school somewhere.
    The indoctrination continues.

  8. DandyTiger says:

    That’s damn creepy. What will happen to all these obot zombies once Obama is out of office?

  9. angienc says:

    If you need another reason to vote for Romney & bannish the SCoaMF to irrelevancy, this is it.

  10. imusthavepie says:

  11. OldCoastie says:

    Oh Dear God! That’s just awful!

  12. imust – was your twitter acct hacked or are you really making $69.95- $384.00 a week?(depending on what day it is) LOL

  13. Myiq – get ready – just got your site and this story re-tweeted by Nationally syndicated radio host Todd Schnitt! LOL He’s pretty cool. NOT a “Rush-like” guy at all, and generally funny as hell.

  14. Constance says:


    Navy replaces Admiral in charge of aircraft carrier strike group. Investigating his judgement……another Benghazi puzzle piece falling into place?

    • DM says:

      I don’t see how this has to do anything with the Sep 11 Benghazi attack. The Stennis didn’t get to the ME until Oct 17.

      The Stennis group deployed from Bremerton in late August and had entered the Navy 5th Fleet’s area of operations in the Middle East on Oct. 17 after sailing across the Pacific. The Stennis made port visits in Thailand and Malaysia on its way to the Middle East.

      • cj says:

        He could have voiced his disagreement with commands coming out of the WH at any time, no? He didn’t necessarily have to be in the ME.

        Just speculating.

      • Constance says:

        It is very strange. That is all. I did put a question mark after the sentence.

      • OldCoastie says:

        I don’t see how it has anything to do with the Benghazi attack either… he may have been drunk on duty for all we know…

    • cj says:

      Something’s up, I just read on Ace of Spades that Gen’l Ham has also been relieved of duty.

      Bret Baier‏@BretBaier

      Interesting sudden move at sea for the navy – we’re investigating this:

  15. Best quote of the day I’ve seen :

    re: Interesting Rumor Concerning General Carter Ham and Stand Down Order (Posted on 10/26/12 at 9:48 p.m. to Ambassador)

    There is just so much to this story, it would be nice if there were people who were paid to ask questions, request documents and put all leads and quotes together in an attempt get the truth…

    there should really be a profession for that…

  16. piper says:

    Heeeellllllpppp- the phone is constantly ringing with either pollsters or parties telling us to vote. Naturally, we voted early as we’re quite concerned about those toilet problems ala Meanchelle and the knuckleheads up the street who have 2 can you believe 2 obama signs on their corner lot.

  17. britgirls says:

    Not even tempted to click on that video. 😯

  18. myiq2xu says:

    Speaking of creepy – Did you know nannies will go nuts and kill your kids if you don’t pay them enough?


    • britgirls says:

      Ugh … I hope no one comments at all. That’s just sickening.

      • britgirls says:

        She did get one comment and it’s well deserved.

        Katheryn Handler, on October 27, 2012 at 7:19 pm said:
        This article is an example of what is wrong with blogging and for that matter why the US is falling behind. You have written without the facts. You have no idea regarding many of the things you assume. For example, of course they were paying her social security and to imply anything else is libel. The dad works for a business network. He knows that he has to pay social security taxes. I hope when things settle down for them that this devastated family files suit against you to teach you a lesson. So if you care so much about the lifestyle of the less educated or those who are not capable of supporting themselves in a upper income lifestyle why don’t you live in a hut and give them your money? People like you are the first to say that someone should sacrifice but I doubt you sacrifice anything for anyone else. For all you know they overpaid the nanny and she was too stupid to manage her money. They nanny’s son was attending private school. Maybe that was the first place she should have cut her expenses. If the nanny wasn’t happy here in the states she could have return to her own country or move to another less expensive area of the states. There are not many of us who can afford to live in New York city. Yet I bet you that at one time the father sacrificed and live frugally to get the education that got him the job. You are just jealous that you can’t live like they do. Shame on you!! You make me SICK.

        Hope that’s the end of it. I hate to think of RD even getting page hits for a piece that appalling.

    • cj says:

      I don’t know what to say, I really don’t. Rewriting a horrible, horrible tragedy based on someone’s fantastical assumptions…grotesque is the word that comes to mind.

    • piper says:

      Unbelievable – is the writer as mentally ill as the nanny. Life will never be the same for this family – doesn’t matter if you’re rich or poor the pain / horror will never go away.

    • ME says:

      Yeah, that blog owner is “touched” as we say in my community. She is so beholden to her “evil” 1% POV that she is blind to reality. Sickening.

    • taw46 says:

      RD needs a job. She has waay too much time on her hands.

    • DandyTiger says:

      Does that mean the nanny is an Occupier? Did she crap on the couch and demand lots of free stuff?

    • angienc says:

      She sure makes A LOT of assumptions based on absolutely nothing but her own preconceived notions. If that’s what amounts to her analytical skills, no wonder she lost her job in scientific research.

      Honestly, she can’t even make a simple analogy without it being total crap. For example, this sentence:

      It feels like betrayal. Sort of how you might feel about a pet that has suddenly become rabid.

      You don’t feel betrayal when your pet becomes rabid — you feel sad because now you have to put your pet down or maybe you feel guilty for not watching the pet closely enough/taking it to the vet to get its shots & it getting out & contracting rabies, etc. But “betrayed?” Where the fuck did she get that – -for the love of cheese, has she even seen Old Yeller? No, it’s pretty simple — she wanted to make an analogy likening the nanny to a “pet” to pretend (because she has no evidence for this) that the employers viewed her as an animal not a person, and she didn’t care how crap that analogy was.

      Oh, and PS: when someone you trust to come into your home & watch your kids — paid or unpaid — kills those kids, that is fucking betrayal.

    • trixta says:

      OMG!! RD has truly lost it!!!!! I saw the link at YELLER DAWG and skimmed the piece, but just couldn’t believe the words before me. Very ugly and very insulting to anyone who is (or has been) poor and struggling economically. Poverty does NOT make you a killer. Period.

      • trixta says:

        Also, the article is not only heartless, but malicious! There is no sympathy for either the murdered kids or parents. Unbelievable! Looks like RD wants this twisted tale of hers to be an allegory or admonition to the one per centers! Sick, indeed!

  19. DeniseVB says:

    One more on the oil spill ….

  20. yttik says:

    This entire thread scares me! Yikes, zombie Obama children and a link to a post justifying the violent psycho behavior of a NY nanny. That is just entirely too much weirdness for me.

    By the way, low pay doesn’t cause insane behavior. If it did, I’d be a serial killer by now.

  21. driguana says:

    Children of the White House cornfield….scary and verging on sick….g;ad my kids aren’t like this…even if one of them does vote for Ofraudma…

  22. Erica says:

    The last line really creeped me out, and that’s saying something, considering how creeped out I was by the whole thing. But that little girl reminded me right away about how the Nazi’s recruited children and used them against their families. Obama’s been the great divider in this country, so I guess it’s not surprising that his “folks” generate this kind of cr@p, and use children to boot.

  23. ME says:

    Lt. Col. Shaffer sources say OBAMA was one of those watching the attack. On Justice with Jeanine.

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