Paris Hilton has something to say about Republican presidential candidate John McCain who she calls "wrinkley, old, white haired dude" in a Paris Hilton presidential campaign spoof ad posted on Funny or Die. Watch the spoof response video and the original John McCain ad. We think the Paris Hilton spoof was more entertaining than her movie "The Hottie and the Nottie". Being called "wrinkley and old" is defintely not going to earn John McCain any points for the young vote.
Paris Hilton is fighting back at John McCain after he took a jab at the heiress in his new ad campaign against rival Barack Obama. The McCain ad focused on the media's fascination with Obama and compared him to being a celebrity like Paris Hilton or Britney Spears. Paris Hilton's mother, Kathy Hilton, was furious about the ad attacking her daughter and lashed out at McCain after she contributed money to his campaign.
"I've been asked again and again for my response to the now infamous McCain celebrity ad," she said. "I actually have three responses. It is a complete waste of the money John McCain's contributors have donated to his campaign. It is a complete waste of the country's time and attention at the very moment when millions of people are losing their homes and their jobs. And it is a completely frivolous way to choose the next President of the United States." source
In a 30-second campaign ad that debuted last week, McCain mocked Democratic rival Senator Barack Obama's image as a media star by flashing pictures of tabloid staples Paris Hilton and Britney Spears in the opening shots. On Tuesday (August 5), Hilton shot back at the spot in her own fake commercial hosted on FunnyOrDie.com, calling the 71-year-old senator "wrinkly" and "old."
To the tune of "God Bless America," a bikini-clad Hilton goes on to discuss in the video where you can get the best tan ("Maui") and suggests that we combine McCain's desire for offshore drilling with Obama's plan to offer tax incentives to auto companies for making hybrid and electric cars ("We can do limited offshore drilling," the socialite suggests, "with strict environmental oversights").
Hilton's video is a good-humored attempt at spoofing the first ad, but representatives for McCain's campaign nevertheless immediately responded to the clip on TMZ.com.
"Sounds like Paris is taking the 'All of the Above' energy approach that John McCain has advocated — both alternatives and drilling," spokesman Tucker Bounds told the gossip site. "Perhaps the reality is that Paris has a more substantive energy plan than Barack Obama." source