But again, this particular issue and being annoyed at it is not a "left/right" thing I believe. My wife's center, left leaning on social issues but leaning a bit more right on other issues since living with me. To be most accurate though she's mostly apolitical...she doesn't give much of a crap about politics. She found the ad idiotic and offensive...not in the "OMG I'm OFFENDED" sort of what but in more of the "My god it hurts that people are that ****ing dumb" sort of way. Even in terms of the racism divide she's differently on the neutral side of things as growing up through school the demographics were pretty much split even and has been interacting with other races significantly since a young age (she actually joking stated one downside of moving back to where I'm from is that there's "Nowhere near enough black people there"). Yet even someone on that end of the spectrum felt more insulted and annoyed at the stylization of the ad then somehow enlightened or inspired or altered in her way of thinking.
The generalized idea about what the message is concerning isn't the problem...it's the application and method of delivering that message that is problematic and I think does an overall disservice.