Dan has seen the DVD and is extremely upset. Dan did not give his permission for his likeness, speeches or debates to be used in such a manner. Fancy editing tricks portray him unfavorably and he is extremely unhappy.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 17, 2009
Presidential Debates Gone Wild, a DVD featuring the most outrageous, controversial and contentious moments of the Presidential Debates, has been the hot topic of conversation amongst the Quayle camp. Sources close to Dan Quayle have been quoted saying, "Dan has seen the DVD and is extremely upset. Dan did not give his permission for his likeness, speeches or debates to be used in such a manner. Fancy editing tricks portray him unfavorably and he is extremely unhappy."
Mr. Quayle was unreachable for a direct comment. Sources exclaim Mr. Quayle is far too outraged to talk about the DVD. He advises anyone and everyone not to watch it. "Don't do it. Just say no!"
The producers of the Presidential Debates Gone Wild are surprised by Mr. Quayle's reaction. "Dan Quayle watched our DVD? How cool is that?!" That's awesome!" The producers contend that this DVD is non-partisan and informational.
"We collected and compiled the best presidential and vice-presidential debate clips dating back to the early 60s. We have John F. Kennedy, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney, George W. Bush, John Kerry, Richard Nixon and of course Dan Quayle. Our mission was to create a compilation of the best, wildest and most shocking moments ever witnessed at the Presidential Debates. Some of our footage is very old and very rare. We converted it to DVD and we are excited to share it with the world. We are hoping that after Mr. Quayle calms down a bit he will see the DVD as the educational tool we have intended it to be. We have the best presidential debate moments. We have an hour of exciting political footage. History and Political Science teachers and professors are buying the DVD and loving it - sharing with their students at every opportunity. We are getting hundreds of emails from educators thanking us for helping to turn politics into a fun topic. We just don't understand why a former VP would ever want to block access to such a powerful political DVD. Mr. Quayle is welcome to sit down with us anytime and watch the DVD. We'll even go to Zona and bring the nachos and potatoe (sic) chips."
Dan Quayle, the former Vice President, is currently an investment banker based in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is a chairman of the private equity firm, Cerberus Capital Management, which purchased Mervyn's Department Store in 2004. Mervyn's filed for bankruptcy soon thereafter.
In 2006, shortly after Cerberus purchased Chrysler, they begged the government and received a bailout to help stave off bankruptcy.
Presidential Debates Gone Wild:
Presidential Debates Gone Wild DVD sells for $9.99 and is available at presidentialdebatesgonewild.com and Amazon. The producers, known as Space Roach, LLC, currently live in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Brooklyn. Space Roach, LLC is working on producing a library of fun and enjoyable political and presidential DVDs.
To see a free preview of the DVD, visit http://www.presidentialdebatesgonewild.com.