Sunday, September 14, 2008


With the Presidential election less than 60 days away, the advertising war is heating up. Political ads have come a long way from the catchy cartoons that once passed for hip tributes to the candidates. NPR ran a great story this week on the evolution of political ads.

For political junkies like me, I found this great resource called The Living Room Candidate. It is an online archive of political ads throughout history.

I'm still waiting for that one great political ad that comes out every election. Here are some of the all time classics.

David Zapata
Zapwater Communications


Trotsky and Despres,  7:20 PM  

In 1995, Ayers stated, “Maybe I’m the last communist who is willing to admit it. The ethics of communism still appeal to me.”

Dohrn is so radical that she made the following comments after Charles Manson’s “Helter Skelter” slayings.

“Dig it. First they killed those pigs, then they ate dinner in the same room with them. They even shoved a fork into the victim’s stomach. Wild!”

Obama's friends are radicals, communists, terrorists and dangerous for America. That is not right wing conspiracy nutwing rhetoric but it is sad reality.

bored now 6:02 AM  

i can only assume that you wrote this from an insane asylum. it is certainly the nuttiest thing i've ever read. so if you really believe this (i am assuming that you are highly prone to hyperbole during the political season), you seriously need to return to reality. seriously. get a grip...

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