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A Democrat running in Frank Undergrowth's district has a creative brand-new project ad. Will it work? John Iadarola, Ben Mankiewicz, and Michael Shure, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you believe in the comment section listed below.

" A Democratic prospect in South Carolina's special House race is funneling his internal Frank Underbrush in a new campaign advertisement.

In the ad, Archie Parnell, that is competing the real-life House seat once held by the fictional "Residence of Cards" antihero, is seen hovering over a chessboard, putting on a coat and reflectively laying on a couch, all the while pricing estimate Underwood.

" Always read the fine print," Parnell claims, as he sits on a rowing maker, like the one made use of by the Machiavellian head of state in the Netflix series." *.

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49 comments

  1. Posted by jarjon76, at Reply

    I came, I saw, I liked.

    • Posted by daddyleon, at Reply

      I came, I saw, … I came?

    • Posted by Eddycurrents, at Reply

      Harry Christofi If you are brave enough, buy a big bouquet of flowers, go up to her in front of her friends and ask her.

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      If he was actually Frank Underwood the Democrats would actually win, unfortunately this is reality, not fiction, so as per usual the Democrats will lose.
      Russia, Russia, Russia and other tales by Bobby Mook amd John Podesta does not win elections.
      Having actual policies do, perhaps a 15 dollar minimum wage, medicare for all and no more war will win instead. We will never know because the Democrats do not believe in such things.

    • Posted by TCt83067695, at Reply

      i actually thought i was gonna be disappointed but i too love it despite the fact its devoid of policy substance

  2. Posted by FUCKtrump FUCKtrump, at Reply

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    • Posted by Sam Adams, at Reply

      FUCKtrump FUCKtrump I totally agree. I would loooove to have her sit on my face

    • Posted by Mr Kay, at Reply

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  3. Posted by The Hidden Socialist, at Reply

    The “Original” Frank Underwood was FAR more sinister, from the British TV show.

    • Posted by ionamcbrid, at Reply

      Cyber Billy ‘leave it to a Brit to be less obvious and restrained’. You cannot actually believe that Americans are known for restraint and subtlety. Be aware that Americans are known the world over for being brash, loud mouthed, ignorant, fat, oblivious to irony, self aggrandising and vulgar creatures who think the ultimate freedom is being able to shoot one another.

    • Posted by common sense, at Reply

      You mean Francis Urquhart

    • Posted by Ikallicrates, at Reply

      ionamcbrid – I’ve seen both the British and the US versions of ‘House of Cards’, and the British version is not more restrained and subtle. On the contrary, it’s absurdly melodramatic. Urquhart commits murder twice. No real politician would commit murder. He has staff who do such things for him.

      Ian Richardson’s Urquhart is more restrained and subtle than Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood, but that reflects a difference in style between UK and US politicians. Both are killers. That’s realistic.

  4. Posted by AhhCmon, at Reply

    awful ad

    • Posted by Thabang Senoamadi, at Reply

      that’s slightly the point

  5. Posted by ε€ͺδΌ εŽ†, at Reply

    I doubt the less educated voters ever saw House of Cards to get he is doing an impression and understand the references.

    • Posted by ε€ͺδΌ εŽ†, at Reply

      To be honest, I have a love and hate relationship with the show similar to that with Sherlock. Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright are absolutely and consistently phenomenal in their roles. I love the first two seasons, and all of the sudden it became this show that spend the majority of its time for shock values more than anything. I was having a hard time taking the most recent season 5 seriously.
      In the first two seasons, we see what a cunning, ruthless, and slimy two-face Frank Underwood is as he maneuvers his way up at Washington. After that, the writing begins to lose focus. It’s clear to me that the writers are trying their hardest to mirror real world events– ISIS, gay rights in Russia, Snowden, etc– without much concerns about how to make the plot flow. Frank’s characterization becomes bewildering as the result.
      I’ll leave it here: absolutely check the show out. The first season was a bit of a wake-up call for me about how dirty American politics can become.

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      The wages of smug is Trump, why do you think they haven’t seen the show, off course they have and they recognise Frank from back in the day when his name was Bill.

    • Posted by Ikallicrates, at Reply

      ε€ͺδΌ εŽ† – Your comment shows why Archie Parnell will lose this election. This campaign ad has you talking about ‘House of Cards’, not Parnell’s policies.

      Does Parnell even have any policies? Probably not, since he’s a Democrat. That’s probably why his campaign ad doesn’t mention policies.

    • Posted by extrams0, at Reply

      Never saw house of cards. Still great add.

  6. Posted by sean mcdonald, at Reply

    that moment you realized that you’re early in the video & quaxk is already here to troll…

    • Posted by Osman Cardona, at Reply

      sean mcdonald Dont feed the troll friend

    • Posted by Crimson King, at Reply

      How sad, especially since the troll isn’t getting paid.

  7. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    this ad is brilliant!

    • Posted by Blob Loblaw, at Reply

      The ad is clever, but it’s stupid and ineffective. Clever ads don’t work. The purpose of ads is to convince people to buy what you’re selling. This ad doesn’t provide any information on what the guy is selling, besides “I’m not Trump.” That strategy didn’t work out so well in the presidential campaign.

    • Posted by Bill Nye Fake Science Guy, at Reply

      Brilliant to a Low IQ Leftist.

    • Posted by Joseph LIL JOEY BANANNO FOLEY, at Reply

      Bill Nye Fake Science Guy lol ok pal

    • Posted by Roman Kvapil, at Reply

      Actually, that’s not accurate at all. The one who produced less policy-based ads, was Hillary Clinton. Studies shown that she approximately 25% of her ads were policy-based. Trump actually outlefted her, saying how he wouldn’t cut social security, medicare, regulate Big Pharma, stop useless wars and spend on infrastructure and jobs and renegotiate these free trade deals. Those ARE policy positions, even the shitty ones like “Take out the terrorist’s families”, get out of the Paris Agreement and “renegotiate” the Geneva Convention agreement! Those are policy positions. He’s a liar, but he gave lip service to them. This ad offers NOTHING.

      Obama’s production of policy-based ads, around 50%. He won two terms.

  8. Posted by Michael Babcock, at Reply

    John supports yet ANOTHER weak democrat beholden to corporate interests.

    why doesn’t John just apply for a job at MSNBC? I’m sure they’d hire him.

    also, John wears suits now?!

    • Posted by TCt83067695, at Reply

      he prob is auditioning for msnbc actually

    • Posted by Michael Babcock, at Reply

      TCt83067695

      he should take Ben and Shure with him

  9. Posted by Tyler W, at Reply

    Can’t wait to see how democrats justify losing both Georgia and South Carolina!

    • Posted by Specific Nerpo, at Reply

      Republicans lost just as many special elections to Democrats in 2009 before Obamacare passed. History will repeat itself

    • Posted by Adrian Myers, at Reply

      ralphinator2 The Georgia district that won republican is filled with college educated people not rednecks.

    • Posted by Mclaren v8, at Reply

      ralphinator2 I think someone needs some geographical lessons. Those are educated colleges whom are living there.

    • Posted by delon a, at Reply

      Tyler W they won ” morally” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  10. Posted by Troop Number, at Reply

    So Republicans won South Carolina and Georgia tonight? That’s 7 consecutive wins for Republicans since Trump got elected

    • Posted by J D, at Reply

      +Troop Number say what you want but polls leading up to 2018 show Democrats ahead of Republicans by 38%. There is almost 100% chance of them crushing republicans and taking 90+% of seats

    • Posted by Jakob Schulze, at Reply

      +boostedmaniac
      “How accurate were those presidential polls”
      Pretty accurate.

      And btw “I don’t understand polling math, so math must be wrong” is a really bad argument. Why do you argue against math?

      If a poll says 48% Trump and 52% Hillary with an error of 3%, then it is a tie. The poll literally says, to close to call. If Trump wins with 51% then the poll was accurate. It isn’t the poll that was wrong, but people just don’t understand math!

    • Posted by Pennywise, at Reply

      you mean that some of the most republican districts in the US are still leaning (albeit less and less) republican? wow, stop the presses!

    • Posted by John Bliss, at Reply

      Pennywise Yeah go figure. Purple states will be the real battles.

  11. Posted by xjaskix, at Reply

    #MAGA forever. you CANNOT stump the Trump.

  12. Posted by Merlyn Lear, at Reply

    the turkeys will vote for Christmas. he lost.

  13. Posted by TurdFurgeson571, at Reply

    Another Democrat campaign completely devoid of policy…

  14. Posted by aldi404, at Reply

    I’d rather have Kevin Spacey in the White House than Donald Dumb

  15. Posted by kickinitoldschool03, at Reply

    Of course it wont work “I hate Trump” isn’t a party platform.

  16. Posted by Gorgeous101, at Reply

    That was an awesome ad… id vote for him

  17. Posted by Tanzonia Flakes, at Reply

    I actually liked the concept but his acting was the issue.

  18. Posted by Joshua Lefever, at Reply

    I actually love this. LOL