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2016 Political Spots

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2016 Political Spots

Post by SolarMax » Sun Jun 26, 2016 6:59 pm

Here we go... it's time to begin the thread on what will become an incessant barrage of awful advertising on TV and radio, what with various primaries coming up, leading up to the general in November.

A spot has begun airing for the congressional candidacy of Republican Paul Mitchell. "Common sense conservative' Mitchell is running on his record of being an anti-tax advocate, among other things. An annoying trend in these kinds of spots is that nowhere is it mentioned what congressional district Mr. Mitchell proposes to represent. If you're in the target 10th District, fine, but his widely broadcast messages are wasted and annoying to everyone else to whom they don't apply.



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Re: 2016 Political Spots

Post by sfpcc » Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:55 pm

Isn't Paul Mitchell that guy whose name is on all those hair care products? , (that reminds me I need to wash my hair.)



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Re: 2016 Political Spots

Post by SolarMax » Tue Jun 28, 2016 8:11 pm

Not that Paul Mitchell. But this one is well-groomed, has nice stereotypical politician white hair.



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