Adolf Hitler, Doritos and Humanizing Humans

Gary DeMar
Written by Gary DeMar

“Subtitled parodies of Adolf Hitler’s last days in the Berlin bunker, as depicted in the 2004 Second World War film Downfall, have become one of the web’s most enduring memes,” and how we have one about the Super Bowl commercial that shows an unborn baby during a sonogram reacting consciously to his father eating Doritos.

The baby — not a blob of tissue — is all too human for the folks at the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL).

Instead of ignoring the ad, some NARAL numbskull Tweeted disapproval.

Big mistake.

There are articles everywhere about the ad.


According to the pro-abortionists, the folks who make Doritos made the mistake of “humanizing the fetus.” The nurse is shown saying, “And there’s your beautiful baby.” It’s what every nurse says. Does anyone think that parents get a sonogram to find out how their “product of conception” is doing?

Here’s the Super Bowl commercial that’s causing the dust up and offending the pro-abortionists:

Here’s the Hitler Downfall parody meme video:

Read related article: “Doritos Goes Gay with Rainbow Colored Chips.”

Now if we can get the people who make Doritos to do a commercial showing what same-sex sexuality is all about and how unnatural it is and will never result in any participant ever needing a sonogram.


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