- Oct 31, 2012
A campaign ad for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was aired during the Super Bowl, released by the American Values 2024 political action committee, which raised eyebrows for more reasons than one. The long-shot candidate used audio from his uncle’s 1960 presidential campaign ad, even though multiple Kennedy family members have disavowed pretty much everything the independent candidate stands for.
"What is with all the pink"? asked one viewer. "And who is RFK?"
"This commercial is not funny at all", said another viewer. "So why bother? And what was with all the pink?"
The color pink responded, "I disavow RFK and pretty much anyone who runs against my beloved party of pinko commies within the democrat party as being Trump loving, Taliban, Nazis from hell. Did I mention they all have to be crazy like RFK as well for running against the only party that represents democracy? As a result, I have filed a lawsuit against RFK for the commercial using my color without my consent as well as another lawsuit for RFK raping me in New York City 40 years ago."