Wow. It may have been slapped together on an early version of iMovie, but I have to give Michele Bachmann props for not fucking around anymore as she desperately tries one last-ditch effort to save her campaign before the Iowa caucus.
Not much to say--she's absolutely right. Of course, by "right" I mean "My positions may be batshit insane and sheer evil, but I'm consistent in those batshit insane, evil positions."
For those without the ability or inclination to watch the ad, it's pretty simple: The whole thing consists of footage of Romney, Perry, Paul, Gingrich and Cain doing the worst thing a politician can do: Speaking.
--Debate/Interview clips of Mitt Romney being very, very pro-choice
--Interview clip of Herman Cain being pro-choice
--Debate clip of Ron Paul saying it's OK for Iran to want nukes
--Debate clip of Rick Perry supporting in-state tuition for "dependents of illegals" (interesting wording there) and calling those opposed "heartless"
--Global Warming PSA clip of Newt Gingrich sitting next to Nancy Pelosi as she says "together, we can do this"
--Interview clip of Cain not having a clue that China has had nukes since '64
--Debate clip of Romney and Gingrich agreeing that the individual mandate idea is supported by both of them
--Interview clip of Romney saying he doesn't agree with the NRA on everything
--Debate clip of Perry's infamous "OOPS!" moment
...closing with a link to a simple, quickly-slapped together website that pretty much just cites the sources for the various clips/positions from the ad.
I've seen plenty of campaign ads tearing down one primary opponent, but I don't think I've ever seen a Presidential candidate effectively pulverize every one of her primary opponents in one ad (OK, she doesn't even bother with Huntsman or Santorum, but really, I don't blame her, as they're not worth the time at this point).
I think it's safe to say that Ronald Reagan's "11th Commandment" is as dead & buried as he is.