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Briefing Book! Are You a Bradley Voter or a Bandwagon Voter?


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Shadowdamage Shadowdamage 7 years
I agree GS, I think its important to be realistic about either candidate, they are just human after all. I really enjoyed the personal stories, and I agree with his message but sure, I sort of cringed at the "amber waves of grain" bit at the beginning - not because its wrong or bad to inspire people with imagery when needed - but because I am blatantly cynical. :D
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 7 years
I like Barbara Lippert's article. It is nice seeing someone who is a supporter actually notice the man's flaws! He is human like the rest of us!
stephley stephley 7 years
If Obama wins big, does that kill the notion of the Bradley Effect or does it just become the Messiah Exception? I don't get people who say Obama's background looked anything like a faux Oval Office - they had a flag and window in common.
bastylefilegirl bastylefilegirl 7 years
"wasn't the point" I meant to say Ad people probably weren't his target demographic.
bastylefilegirl bastylefilegirl 7 years
I mean Ad people are suppose to be hypercritical it sort of comes with the job but I'm betting that wasn't the point of the Obama infomercial. I actually had people tell me that it made them cry, or course I laughed ( due to my personal views on crying) but it "got" some people.
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