Everyone, understandably, loved the ‘And God Made a Farmer’ commercial aired during the Superbowl. If you were watching Puppy Bowl instead and missed it, here it is:

In the meantime, another ad has come to our attention, missed many, but special nonetheless, courtesy of Soopermexican 🙂

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  1. Runnyonempty says:

    Allow me to take a second to dry the tears from my eyes…I’ve never been so proud to be called a Mexican-American…
    OK, done. Soooooper Mexican, I’m so proud–yikes, I’m tearing up again.

  2. trevy says:

    SooperMexican is wrong. God didn’t make looney leftwing liberals. Satan did.

  3. otlset says:

    Oh this is just perfect! Cuttingly delicious! Hats off to Soopermexican! Hahahahahaha…hahahaha….

  4. midget says:

    OT but did you know that the ring he is wearing has an inscription praising allah? It isnt a wedding ring, he’s been wearing it since college. Could be internet fallacy but I choose to believe it.Trevy is right, God doesnt make trash.

  5. strider says:

    Just play that as a response to the state of the union address.

  6. radargeek says:

    Wow, great job Soopermexican! Loved the beginning but quickly became sad at the end knowing this is the state of our country now. You summed it up in 2:12. Nice.

  7. idaho_karen says:

    I can understand this video from a conservative view, but it again highlights how this country is polarized!

    I (briefly) joined the teapartycommunity website after receiving an invitation to do so. However, (before I joined) some of the inhabitants from somethingawful.com descended on the site and started ‘troll’ and ‘porn’ activity on the site. As soon as the information was available that the ‘trolling’ was from somethingawful, I began lurking on their site to try to understand the mindset that would attack teaparty. Based on my reading, neither community can ever meet in the middle – wildly divergant in viewpoint (not that I can relate to the left & definitely won’t ever be there). I made the decision to quit the teaparty site – in the end, I suspected almost immediately that there was a problem with the ‘friending’ aspect of the site, and was unable to decide who had real views & beliefs and who didn’t. I decided that the site is doomed, and in addition the information available seemed to be of one viewpoint; from what I could gather even without the attacks, there appeared to be no diversity of thought about issues, conversation seemed to be homogeneous or tolerant of differences.

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