Archive for Tag: parody

“Unsolved Mysteries” parody seeks to reveal sponsors of state spending resolutions

TRENTON, N.J. – Shrouded in secrecy for almost seven weeks, Assembly Republicans attempt to finally reveal the undisclosed sponsors of costly budget resolutions by parodying the popular TV series “Unsolved Mysteries.” In the spoof, a Robert Stack-like voice asks, “What is the Pompidou and why should it cost taxpayers...

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NJEA loses YouTube censorship fight with Assembly Republican Office

TRENTON, N.J. – In a win for the Assembly Republican Office, YouTube restored the parody video of the New Jersey Education Association’s nationally-criticized TV commercial that accuses parents of being extremists.  WATCH: If the NJEA was honest in its commercials “If the NJEA was honest in its commercials,” the Assembly...

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Republicans stand up for “extremist” parents in NJEA spoof commercial

TRENTON, N.J. – In a parody ad released on YouTube Wednesday, the Assembly Republican Office in Trenton slams the state’s teachers’ union for its latest 15-second TV commercial calling outspoken parents “extremists.” The parody, “If the NJEA was honest in its commercials,” says the New Jersey Education Association has...

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