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Dirty Political Ads

Monday, October 30, 2006

ThriftyFun has always been a place where we treat each other fairly and with respect.  Because of this, it is a pleasant place to visit and although you may not find everyone will agree with you, at least their opposition is a respectful and kind difference of opinion.

I am personally boycotting "dirty" political ads.  I switch the channel, mute the TV and definitely think twice about voting for the one that is advertising dirt on the other candidate.  They are easy to recognize.  The other candidate always looks grainy and the photos are awful.  We are being inundated with them on TV, every night. 

As long as they work, they'll continue doing them.  Most are based on false or misleading information.  With the internet, it is fairly easy to see who is behind the ads and also what the record of the candidate really is.

I'd much rather see ads about what the candidates actually stand for than dirt about the opposing candidate.  Let's make our representatives accountable for their ads and do what we can to stop this kind of advertising.

If you also don't like seeing them, let the candidate know that you oppose this kind of advertising.  Let's encourage mutual respect in our political system.

Susan from ThriftyFun

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