Confessions of a Republican; This 1964 Campaign Ad Rings True Today

Confessions of a Republican; This 1964 Campaign Ad Rings True Today

A presidential campaign ad from 1964 has recently gained some popularity because some say it sounds like the same thing is happening today.

The actor in the video is saying many of the same things those who oppose Donald Trump are saying.

Things like:

“Now it seems to me we’re up against a very different kind of a man. This man scares me.”

“Maybe I’m wrong. A friend of mine just said to me, ‘Just because a man sounds a little irresponsible during a campaign doesn’t mean he’s going to act irresponsibly.'”

“And I wouldn’t have worried so much about party unity,” he said. “Because if you unite behind a man you don’t believe in, it’s a lie.”

“I’ve thought about not voting in this election, just staying home. But you can’t do that because that’s saying you don’t care who wins, and I do care.”

Pause for a second and remember what was once said by Dietrech BonHoeffer:

“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.”

h/t TheBlaze

 


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