Tired of Romney and Obama Attack Ads

Discussion in 'Politics' started by IBelieveInUS, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. IBelieveInUS
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    Recently, I saw some of the attack campaigns that both presidential candidates were running on television against each other. This type of ad aims convince the public of who is less qualified. I find this method of persuasion because there is an endless number of people in the USA who are not qualified to be in government. What I want to know is which candidate is more qualified to run our country.
     
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    too bad. the dirty ads are just getting started.
     
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    Which is exactly what I'm frustrated with. Politics are beginning to resemble the typical gossip found in People Magazine.
     
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    The Sad truth is Attack ads work.
     
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    It's a long way to November. :)
     
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    Obviously that is President Obama. He's been President for nearly four years; rammed through a program that many before him failed at doing, has been a good President; not great, wants to build the middle class instead of reliance on "trickle down". No contest.
     

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