Truth in advertising: J.M. Lozano director’s cut

Last week, State Representative J.M. Lozano (D R-Kingsville) released a campaign ad in which he’s talking to his adorable son, hating on Obama, and spouting the typical campaign rhetoric people spout when they’re desperately trying to win a Republican primary election. According to the ad, J.M. needs to be re-elected to protect his son from the diabolical Barack Obama, who is “ruining the country.”

We here at Letters From Texas Worldwide Headquarters decided a bit of political parody was in order. Here’s what we think J.M. really meant to tell his son:

[thanks to Greg Beatty]



5 Responses to Truth in advertising: J.M. Lozano director’s cut

  1. whiskeydent May 20, 2012 at 8:46 pm #

    I can’t wait for Politifact to check this. After all, this is satire, and therefore it must be stamped out with obtuse, humorless, chicken****ery. I’m betting pants on fire.

  2. Al Stanley May 20, 2012 at 8:59 pm #

    Dear Carlos,

    I know you’re asleep now, but when you wake up, let mommy know that daddy’s off his meds again!

  3. Ted Melina Raab May 25, 2012 at 3:50 pm #

    When Lozano’s ‘Dear Carlos’ video was first posted, I left a polite message saying that I felt sad about the lengths he was willing to go just to win a Republican primary. Now I note that both comments and ratings are turned off for his video.

    I probably wouldn’t have otherwise but his unwillingness to be accountable for ‘Dear Carlos’ led me to “like” the version above.

  4. Harold Cook May 25, 2012 at 4:29 pm #

    Ted the other day when glancing as his original ad that the down ratings were outnumbering the positive ratings, so I’m not surprised that J.M. shut ’em down. Sad huh?

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