OK, I admit it…I watched a football game last weekend. I also admit it would not have been possible without the aid of a DVR. Reason being, I’m not sure I could sit through an entire 3-4 hour televised football game, and I dislike most commercials. As luck would have it, while fast-forwarding at triple speed through some of the recorded material, I spotted a polar bear.

Recognizing chief ‘global warming‘ activists had recently been caught and utterly exposed for perpetrating their hoax, I backtracked to the commercial fully expecting a spoof on Al Gore or the falsely claimed polar bear population decline. Wrong. Thanks to Nissan introducing its latest moonbat mobile, the LEAF, we now have the world’s second worst commercial message ever broadcast on television.

What’s the worst commercial message ever broadcast? Leave it to the car manufacturers… this time, Audi.

With global warming and new world order propaganda spewing from Nissan and Audi, it gives me great pleasure to introduce the Air Force’s latest recruiting vehicle polar bear killer. It’s the 188th Fighter Wing’s Cadillac Escalade-bodied monster truck, designed to look like an A-10 Thunderbolt II Warthog — aka ‘Tank Killer.’ Dad used to fly ‘em; the plane, that is. One of the truck’s primary and highly-useful functions is to fire t-shirts far into crowds from its replica 30mm Gatling gun.

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A-10 Monster Truck: HERE

A unique look at environmentalism: HERE

Polar Bear population increase: HEREHEREHERE, HERE and HERE

Global Warming hoax: HEREHEREHERE, HERE and HERE

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