dan, i don't see where there was an argument presented. in the first video a bunch of actors were hired to present a certain viewpoint. in the second video a bunch of volunteer comedians and actors presented a satire of it.
retarded? stupid? worthy of ridicule?
in a land of free speech, it's certainly a lot easier to sit in your chair and direct the world by clicking your opinions into cyberspace than it is to actually get out of your chair and exercise your constitutional rights, by doing something tangible and having something to show for it, and making a difference that way.
i for one greatly appreciate the effort it took to try to neutralize the hateful propaganda of the first video by standing up against it, and even entertain people in the process. who did that hurt? to each his own i guess.
all the best,
Ron Schulz, MSPC, NCC