For me the reason to find out who is behind it has more to do with the
hypocritical bullshit factor. It's like the people who bitch "Get
government out of my Medicare!" while they are on welfare.
I've actually investigated a number of front groups via
www.prwatch.orgfrom the Center for Media and Democracy. Just like the
people who fund ALEC
and the SuperPACs, lots of them don't want you to know who they are because
once you do you aren't fooled by the the values they say are important. You
see what they are really about.
Because when you see who gives them money and how they actually got their
money you often find out that they are full of it and it is a case of "I've
got mine pull up the ladder" syndrome.
On one hand I really appreciate the humor and the product values. I'm glad
that the funders are "supporting the arts" on the other hand they are
pushing a standard message "government bad" "private business good." which
I'm pretty sick of. The Ayn Randians are bad for America.
I also will acknowledge that I have some jealousy. I hope who ever paid to
have this made got a lot of money to produce this.