War declared on Ohio dealership for declaring Jihad in ad
The dealership's president, Keith Dennis, says that the idea was to produce an ad using some of the buzzwords in the media that could be a tension reliever. Mission not accomplished, sir. He also claimed it was fair game to poke "a little fun at radical extremists."
We seriously doubt people are turned off by the ad because it hurts the feelings of radical extremists and no one would want to threaten the dealership's right to free speech, but there's something about being incendiary for the sake of sales that rubs some the wrong way. We long for the day when we can just buy a new car from a vending machine and be done with it.
We'd like to hear your thoughts, as long as everyone keeps the discussion intelligent and civil in the comments.
Thanks for the tip, Ryan!
[Source: ABC News]
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