See the commercial here.
Synopsis: Young graduates of Boeing's corporate brainwashing program carefully selected for their non-ugliness and earnest demeanor rationalize the company's relentless quest to satisfy its greedy stockholders and rip off U.S. taxpayers with a series of meaningless feel-good images and patriotic slogans borrowed from the McCain-Palin presidential campaign.
Ted from IT stands in front of undeliverable 787 Dreamliner
Message: Boeing loves America.
"Look, honey -- it's already obsolete!"
Subliminal Message: Screw you, Seattle!
Another load of cash arrives from the Defense Department
Meanwhile, Boeing execs chortle over latest round of layoffs
Memorable Moment: A Boeing aerospace engineer proudly shows off her new $55 million paper airplane.
"Where do the, um ... people go?"
Protecting America is really BORING
Disturbing Aspect: An armed helicopter drone monitors a possibly-pregnant employee-spokeswoman to ensure that she doesn't "accidentially" veer off script.
That's it ... don't forget to smile ...
One set of giant Boeing coffee filters can serve an entire battalion
Burning Questions: Did Boeing board members cry when the Cold War ended? Can Boeing see Russia from its house? If a jet engine falls into a forest and no one is there to get pulverized by it, does it make a sound?
Fuel line bursts on overbudget F-22 approaching USS Ronald Reagan
Ready to take on the Soviet Union
Overall Loathsomeness: 8.8
Mitigating Factor: In the past 6 months, Boeing has created 3,000 new jobs ... for PR reps.