Obama Considering Olympic Games Ads on NBC
Is there such a thing as overexposure? Barack Obama ads are everywhere on the internet. They'll be coming to tv in 18 states and who knows how many radio stations.
Now, Obama is considering taking out ads on NBC for the Olympic Games.
At some point, aren't voters likely to feel the ads are intrusive? Or at least start rolling their eyes?
I'm getting angry that every time I click on a news site, his face is staring at me from the top banner ad or some other prominent space on the site.
He doesn't need to do this. We all know who he is and that he stands for hope and change and bringing a new kind of politics to Washington.
Monks on the mountainside of Tibet know Obama's name and his face and his message. Toddlers could pick him out of a photo lineup. We get it. He's the Democratic nominee for President. He wants our vote. He has my vote.
Does this ad barrage bother anyone else? The last thing I want to see during the Olympic Games is ads for Barack Obama or any politician. Please, can we just have McDonalds, Coke, Pepsi and Burger King? Is nothing sacred?
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