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TV Show Likens McCain/Palin to Nazis

Monday, 20 Oct 2008 05:42 PM

By Tim Collie

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The animated sitcom "Family Guy" — one of the most popular shows among teenagers and young adults on TV — on Sunday night weighed in on the presidential race by likening the McCain/Palin ticket to the Nazi party in World War II.

In the episode, two of the characters, Stewie (a talking baby) and Brian (a talking dog) are transported to Poland during the Nazi invasion of World War II. In one scene, the characters beat up and steal the uniforms of two Nazi officers. Stewie looks down at his Nazi uniform and notices a McCain/Palin campaign button attached to its lapel, remarking "Huh, that's weird."

The show's creator, Seth MacFarlane, is an ardent supporter of Barack Obama, according to The New York Post. MacFarlane has given thousands to the Democratic presidential nominee and the Democratic Party, and even spoke at an Obama rally in Ohio earlier this month.

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