Poll: Are political ads getting out of hand? 10 replies

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Phoenix_22 VIP Member

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#1 13 years ago

I think this b.s. bashing needs to go away. What do you think?:confused:




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#2 13 years ago

I completely agree.




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#3 13 years ago

Where is the poll? I think the ads are bad but the speeches are far worse. Both of them need to cut the crap and start saying why they should be president instead of saying why the other shouldn't. Of course if they did that then Bush would definately win. (Kerry's record does suck)




NiteStryker

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#4 13 years ago

-Logic-Is-A-Virtue-Both of them need to cut the crap and start saying why they should be president instead of saying why the other shouldn't. [/QUOTE] Totally agree.

I laugh at the 'undecided' vote...if you dont kno who ur gonna vote for at this point, dont vote at all... [QUOTE=]Of course if they did that then Bush would definately win. (Kerry's record does suck)

So does Bush's in soem arenas...but he has the fact that hes a sitting president on his side...




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#5 13 years ago

If both of them started saying what they believed, no one would vote for them. Then, I don't know who would win. Mickey Mouse?




Pb2Au

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#6 13 years ago

Hell yeah, the main thing about them is that they're all negative. THey aren't even saying good things aobut the candidate anymore, they're spouting crap about the opposing candiate with so much spin you could sand a desk with them. My view: if the candidates did make positive commercials siting their own records the public would not get fed up with it near as soon as the current situation.




Akeate

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#7 13 years ago

I saw a small news report on it and I have personally watched some of the political adverts and I have to agree that there are just too many adverts, in the state of Florida there was roughly 500 different Pro Bush adverts and 700 Pro Kerry adverts. You can have as much political knowledge as you want but some 1200 different adverts is going to confuse the hell out of anyone. Both candiatates should be concertating on getting those 'undecided' voters, not creating more.




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#8 13 years ago

i've never seen such media frenzy and mudslinging except in the u.s. it is as though the media is conducting the elections




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#9 13 years ago

The media is conducting the election. If you really want to have power, buy a large media conglomerate.




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#10 13 years ago
!moofIf both of them started saying what they believed, no one would vote for them. Then, I don't know who would win. Mickey Mouse?

Or worse....Nader! :lol:

Kerry's campeign is based on tearing Bush down, and Bush tears down Kerry but at times tells what he will do (altho sometimes he tells it incorrectly)




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