Republicans In ‘Republicans Are People Too’ Ad Are Not Actual Republican People
Republicans want you to know that they are people, too, so an ad was created as well as the #IAmARepublican hashtag campaign. To hear their take on it, Republicans are all tatted up like some of us (I totally am), have beards (see: Duck Dynasty) and some of them are black. It’s not that we don’t believe them (We do not believe them) but their proof which is offered in form of a picture of an African American Republican woman is actually a stock photo.
Tommy Christopher of The Daily Banter noticed something odd about this outreach attempt. Ads use stock photos but, Republicans are trying desperately to reach out to minorities since their old white party is dying off so you’d think they’d search the world, if necessary (It’s totally necessary), for actual Republicans to be featured in this ad.
[su_center_ad]In the photo titled, “Republicans are black,” the woman featured has also been seen as a model offering discount glasses, touting payday loans, Biblical counseling, drug and alcohol rehab services, and a few other endeavors. This is a really busy lady. I admire that. Of course, it’s possible that she’s a busy Republican model, but that is not confirmed. I’m not saying models are liars (I used to be a model and we were all big fat liars).
Talking Points Memo found that the “Republican” man reading the New York Times, as well as the one driving a Prius, and the other donning a beard, are also stock photos.
What we’re saying is, they aren’t actual “Republican” people.
Under the ad it reads, “It seems like it’s okay to say mean things about someone just because they’re Republican. That isn’t right. Before you write another mean post about Republicans, remember Republicans are people, too.”
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