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  • The first time I saw it, I...well, didn't exactly OBJECT as much as wondered what they might be thinking. I don't know about "seductive poses" (I don't recall seeing any in the commercial, and I've seen it about 3 times), but the girl is too young (it seems to me) to be wearing such an outfit. Call me "Old Fashioned". Call me "Cave Man". Call me "From the time of the Waltons". Whatever. It DOES seem inappropriate to me. ***
    • Hulk70166
      I agree. I thought she posed seductively when she stuck out her chest and smiled. Those shorty shorts were made to be sexy, as well as all the makeup. It was overdone. She was definitely "tarted-up."
  • What you have is a media controlled by the Jewish mafia (same agenda as the Democrats) exploiting the sexuality of children. Before anyone blindly disagrees when they don't know what they're talking about, the Jewish mafia (aka Zionists) have been around since 1895. When they controlled Germany during the Weimar Republic years, Berlin was known as the "Sex capital of Europe" throughout the 1920s. During that era, anything (and I mean "anything") could be had - from animals to children to old women to entire families. What we're seeing today is mild compared to what was going on back then. There is a connection between the Democrat party and Zionism - Joe Biden is a self-admitted Zionist, and you see what kind of damage he's causing.
    • Hulk70166
      You haven't given us any proof of anything you say, especially the religious provenance of that commercial. I'm sure it is raw meat of your band of Neo-Nazi thugs but is "ordure manure" to me.
    • Hulk70166
      You can look that up. It will give you something to do today. lol
    • Army Veteran
      Not given proof? How many times have I said there is a difference between modern Zionism and Biblical Zionism? I've explained it numerous times. If you won't take the time or make the effort to verify what I've said, then you aren't interested in "proof". You just want to deny something that you feel uncomfortable reading. The truth isn't something you choose because it agrees with you. ¶ "Sometimes, opening your eyes may be the most painful thing you ever have to do. "
    • Hulk70166
      And what is a Zionist commercial, pray tell?
    • Army Veteran
      Whatever you choose to think. A person in denial lacks the intellectual capacity to understand the truth. Too bad - I prefer not to live in the dark.
    • mugwort
      Army Veteran. You are a vile bigoted anti-semite, Jew hater. There is no Jewish mafia. Jews like everybody else are individuals.
    • Army Veteran
      "Judea Declares War on Germany" - newspaper headline, Daily Express, London, March 24, 1933. Was this the Jews? Why would the Jews declare war on Germany, knowing that every Jew within the German border would pay the price? The "Jewish mafia" is modern-day Zionism. They were the ones who declared war on Germany, and they knew that they were throwing every Jew in Europe under the bus. So then, who is the bad guy here? Who was it that condemned the Jews to suffer at the hand of the Nazis? I would say it was the ones who declared war on Germany, wouldn't you? ¶ I support the Jews, not their enemy, political Zionism. Learn the difference. If you need help, ask any Orthodox Jew.
    • Hulk70166
      Mugwort.AV is far beyond our help. He needs a professional. But he is fun to goat. He really believes this garbage.
    • Army Veteran
      Thanks for the endorsement, Hulkie. Coming from you who seriously believes that Trump blowing his nose in public is an impeachable offense, gives me a truckload of credibility.
    • Army Veteran
      MW - a lack of understanding on your part is not a negative reflection on me. I invite you to verify everything I say - it's all available online. The fact that you won't isn't my fault. If you'd rather follow the path of least resistance because learning facts contrary to what you've been told to believe is something you can't handle, again, that's on you.

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