February 3, 2014, - 7:04 am

Best Super Bowl Ads: Here Are My Picks; Worst: Coke Pimps Immigration Amnesty, Islam

By Debbie Schlussel

As I noted yesterday, I couldn’t have cared less about the Super Bowl. It was boring, and for the most part, so were the ads. So boring to me that I turned to ABC’s “Shark Tank” re-runs as background noise while I did some work. Far more exciting. But here are my picks for the best Super Bowl ads:

* BEST ADS:

Especially if you grew up in the ’80s, as I did, this is tops (wouldn’t make me more likely to shop at the Shack, though I’ve bought things there that you can only buy online, otherwise):

If you are proud to be American and appreciate those who serve, as is the case with me (wouldn’t make me more likely to drink Bud, though it’s good to know the company is patriotic):

* WORST AD:

Buh-Bye, Coca-Cola. Not buyin’ you anymore. America is about speaking English, not illegal alien amnesty and more Muslims, which is clearly what this offensive ad is pimping on you. Here’s a tip, Coke: America was beautiful when it was a melting pot and people absorbed and assimilated into the culture. You celebrate balkanization on our shores, which is quite ugly. Um, no thanks. Not that this is news for me about Coca-Cola, which, as I’ve noted, has been giving out college scholarships to illegal aliens for years (so does Budweiser, so the company isn’t quite so patriotic). Forget, “I’d like to buy the world a Coke.” Coke would like to bring the world–all of it–to invade our shores and help it stay here, a recipe for the end of America (the end which already started a while ago). Speak English, Bitches!






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Those are my choices for best and worst ads on last night’s Super Bowl telecast. What are yours?

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27 Responses

I didn’t watch the Super Bowl or anything related to it, but I see what you mean by the Coca Cola commercial. Very few Anglos left in America, obviously. And I bet that in real life none of those represented know anything about the great history of our country. Inch by inch.

OrlandoRican on February 3, 2014 at 9:17 am

    Sheesh…

    Best is clearly Hero Welcome.

    Second is clearly Budweiser “Puppy Love” – Super Bowl XLVIII Commercial.

    And, Coke has hopefully committed suicide.

    DARRELL LEON HICKS RIP on February 3, 2014 at 7:25 pm

      BHAHAHAHA

      Check out Coca Cola’s FACEBOOK page.

      I bet Media will be in meetings all night. I bet someone is FIRED.

      LOL

      DARRELL LEON HICKS RIP on February 3, 2014 at 8:05 pm

Were there any American Indians (feather, not red dot) in that sickening ghetto-promoting, Muslim-pimping ad? Did they show a Catholic nun in her habit? No, but they showed a Muslim in her jibjab. Did they show Americans at church or synagogue? No, but they showed a Muslim in her jibjab. Did they show a Muslim imam screaming death to America and kill all the Jews? No. I find it amazing that with Muslims being maybe 1% of the population, they’re seemingly half the news and advertising? Has there ever been such a national ass-kissing campaign in America’s history. Yep, every soldier deserves a hero’s welcome, but what’s that have to do with Budweiser? At least they tried, even with the beer pimping.

Pray Hard on February 3, 2014 at 9:20 am

An excellent response by Pray Hard. The Coke ad was so disgusting that whenever I see a Coke again I’ll become nauseous.The Muslims can give up terrorism. They’ve taken the country over by more devious means, including capitalizing on our insanity.

Jerry G on February 3, 2014 at 9:47 am

Damn good stuff. Reposting to Facebook. Keep up the awesome work.

Lance on February 3, 2014 at 9:57 am

Yeah that Coco Cola commercial was over the top, extremely over the top, trying to force all this international acceptance down are throats, not good Coca Cola, not good. They will see their stock slide in due time, I don’t think most of America is good with what they were showing, I don’t.

Big D on February 3, 2014 at 1:37 pm

“America is about speaking English, not illegal alien amnesty” Tell it to the Native Americas.

ShingoEX on February 3, 2014 at 1:57 pm

America is the land of immigrants, whether from Europe, Asia, or Africa.
Live with it!

AA on February 3, 2014 at 2:29 pm

    No, AA. Most of America is . . . American, except for the illegals. This is not the 1900s anymore.

    skzion on February 3, 2014 at 6:24 pm

    America is the land of immigrants that went through an immigration process not the land of Amnesty Anonymous.

    Frankz on February 3, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    diaper brain

    Frankz on February 3, 2014 at 6:43 pm

I to didn’t see the Coco-Cola commercial ad myself, but I’ve read and heard a lot about it all night last night on the net, me personally, I’m not going to boycott their products and stock, I’ll continue to buy Coke soft-drinks, but what they did in their ad was a little too much.

Here’s my reasoning on this Debbie and others here, I believe Coco-Cola did this for profit? My assumption and theory is that pro-amnesty groups bribed the organization with x-amounts of money to run a multicultural dogma ad such as that. Now at the very sametime, I don’t have NOTHING against non-English language and non-Germanic languages, I to one day before I die would love to become a “linguist” and be linguistic in as many dialects as DS is currently (Debbie speaks about 4 different languages to be precise)!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on February 3, 2014 at 3:14 pm

That Coke commercial was horrible and offensive.

DS_ROCKS! on February 3, 2014 at 4:06 pm

Coke add is about as refreshing as cough medicine.
Fake isn’t patriotic it’s just fake but who’s going to know or care in Saudi Arabia?

Frankz on February 3, 2014 at 6:22 pm

I watched the whole game and hated that the Broncos got slaughtered. Even though my team wasn’t there I didnt’ want the Seahawks to win. Their defense though just stunned Manning and company and wouldn’t let go. The half time show was boring with Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers unable to help him out. Now the commercial that I liked the most was the Radio Shack in the 80s. It was funny watching Mary Lou, Hulk Hogan, Ponche, Alf and the rest clean out the store. It brought back memories of some of my favor shows and characters. The worst ad was the Coke diversity PC crap. The only way I drink that mess is with my friends Jack, Jim and Bacardi. News flash Coke America is the land of the free and the home of the brave not the land of illegal aliens and Islamic Jihadists. Sorry Coke but in my house Pepsi rules.

Ken B on February 3, 2014 at 8:04 pm

Excellent choices, Debbie for best and worst. As a big Coke drinker I can’t tell you how disgusted I am by this kind of pandering to the very people who want to destroy our traditional way of life. I gotta say, we’re probably past the tipping point anyway, but still…very disappointing.

I liked Bob Dylan’s Chrysler commercial. Was surprised to see him coming out that strong on the issue of restoring American pride in the building of our cars. While we hear his songs from time to time in commercials, we usually don’t get to see him come out and comment so boldly on something like this.

Rick on February 3, 2014 at 8:27 pm

    There is no one like BOBBY D.

    ????????????????????

    DARRELL LEON HICKS RIP on February 3, 2014 at 10:18 pm

      There is no one like BOBBY D.

      Heart heart heart heart heart

      DARRELL LEON HICKS RIP on February 3, 2014 at 10:23 pm

One other commercial that was the worst was the one with Ellen Degenerate. I’m so sick of this “woman” and her dancing it’s not even funny.

Ken B on February 3, 2014 at 8:41 pm

Ugh, you need to quit hating on the people of the world, we are all Humans, let’s drop the constructed names for once?

America was founded by immigrants for immigrants, and have been “rediscovered” by immigrants of all across the world, landing in the shores or by crossing land bridges…

You need to quit the ignorance

Saros7 on February 3, 2014 at 10:40 pm

    The “nation of immigrants” meme always gets it wrong. Without a specific dominant identity, new arrivals will have no idea of what they’re supposed to be assimilating into.

    More accurately, we are a nation of settlers. And the settlers who established our national identity during the 17th and 18th centuries, for the most part, were: white, English-speaking and Christian, albeit with a tradition of church-state separation to protect individual conscience. Here’s what we’re not: Islamic.

    Immigration in all nations, from France to China to Argentina, has been a process. Our process, unfortunately, for the last 40 years or so has been so rapid as to make the maintenance of American identity virtually impossible over the long run.

    Seek on February 4, 2014 at 1:55 pm

The Toyota commercial with the Muppets was fun!

Alan on February 4, 2014 at 2:24 am

I’m a Diet Coke addict so I don’t know what to do. Diet Pepsi is not an option because it sucks. Which is worse, this ad, or their campaign a couple years ago when they were preaching global warming? I remember they drew a lot of bad publicity when diabetics were buying regular Coke when they mistakenly bought it instead of Diet because the “global warming” cans in the campaign looked too much alike. I did give up Diet Coke for awhile back then, maybe I should give it another try now. This new ad is just as offensive.

CornCoLeo on February 4, 2014 at 12:15 pm

Also, the halftime show sucked, as always. I wished MTV would do what they did for a few years: run a couple of episodes of Beavis & Butthead during Super Bowl halftime. They called it the “Butt Bowl”.

CornCoLeo on February 4, 2014 at 12:21 pm

Out of 99 problems, the Coke commercial ain’t one.

Even though there were different languages in there, the predominant language in that ad was – wait for it – ENGLISH!

Although, if you look very closely, there is a same-sex couple snuggling up. (I had to watch it twice to be sure.)

And part of the song was sung en français! Who would have thought about that, eh?

(Of course, given Coke’s history vis-a-vis Mid-Eastern politics, I didn’t hear Hebrew or Yiddish. Why not?)

The most bizarre commercial would be for the newest Maserati. Don’t get me wrong: I want me a Maserati in the worst possible way possible, but was the ad meant to sell a car or instill the fear that eventually we may no longer have the choice of getting one of the worlds best luxury vehicles. The “Hunger Games” feel threw me off quite a bit.

The cutest ad: the Cheerios spot in which the daughter calculated how many of these toasted oaty-ohs would be enough to feed her family. Never mind that the daddy was black and the mommy was white: it’s still a damn cute commercial. Kudos to the man who was there for his kid – this was about family.

The Reverend Jacques on February 4, 2014 at 6:23 pm

Lets’s see, the Coke CEO is Muhtar Kent, a Muslim born in the USA (hence a US citizen) when his father was there in a diplomatic posting representing Turkey. Could that be something to do with it?

Bronson on February 6, 2014 at 1:54 am

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