"Weakness attracts those who are waiting to do America harm." Click here to view "Wolves," a masterpiece of the admaker's art from the Leader of the Free World. .
'Just saw an awesome TV spot where wolves move in for the kill when they sense weakness. Powerful imagery touching primal fears. Don't have details yet but will update when we do.
We've always said -- whether anyone was listening or not -- that the forces of darkness (apologies to wolves, who have their own imperatives, which we totally respect but would always defend our own against) are forever waiting just outside the campfire of civilization to move in for the kill.
Osama's observation that when people have a choice between a strong horse and a weak horse, they go with the strong horse comes to mind.
Those who do not study evolution are doomed to repeat it?
Update: Here's more info from a Google search:
President Bush's campaign, using powerful imagery of prowling wolves, suggests the country under John Kerry would be vulnerable to terrorists in a new television ad that says "weakness attracts those who are waiting to do America harm.''
The ad, reminiscent of Ronald Reagan's "Bear'' ad that was credited with framing the 1984 race, shows a dense forest from above. Scurrying is heard as the camera plunges deeper into the woods and pans sunlight-speckled trees. Shadows move through the brush before animals are seen amid the forest . . . Then, the ad reveals the type of animal: a pack of wolves rest on a hill. As the commercial closes, the cunning and ruthless predators stir, crawling toward the camera.
"In an increasingly dangerous world, even after the first terrorist attack on America, John Kerry and the liberals in Congress voted to slash America's intelligence budget by $6 billion,'' an ominous voice says in the ad. "Cuts so deep they would have weakened America's defenses."