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Wednesday, June 16, 2010


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Dan Gill

Here's the problem I have with all of these political ads. They don't say anything substantive about the politician. You can make an ad that says anything at all. But that does not mean you are competent to hold office, nor does it mean that you will follow through on what the ad says.

This one is very interesting, and the words are stirring. So as far as that goes, it's great. But such ads are basically about manipulation.

Jacob Klinger

/agree with Dan

But I still really dug the ad. I'd vote for 'im.

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