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Screengrab of the "Daisy" ad (4 of 5) which Lyndon Johnson used in his 1964 presidential campaign against Barry Goldwater.
(continued from: Image:1964JohnsonDaisyAd3.jpg) As the ominous male voice finishes his count down ("Zero!") the image changes from that of the little girl's eye to a bright explosion (possibly hydrogen bomb) and the (supposed) after effects of churning black clouds as a male voice (likely Lyndon Johnson himself) says,
- "These are the stakes: to make a world in which all God's children can live, or to go into the dark. We must either love each or we must die.' (continues at: Image:1964JohnsonDaisyAd5.jpg)
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"The Colbert Report", September 27, 2007. This image is for parody use only.
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