Um, you have seen the Vonage commercials, right? Isn't that commercial specifically aimed at convincing stupid people to buy Vonage?Astronuc said:Why can't politicians simply say, "I disagree with opponent on such-and-such issue, and this is my view/alternative idea . . . .".
If negative campaigning (all about emotion) is so successful, what does that say about the process, and the electorate?
Or how about Geico - the insurance you should buy if you have the intelligence of a neanderthal?
What kind of people are persuaded by those commercials? The same kind that drink Keystone and Milwaukee Light (or whatever brand keeps falling on the unmanly man)?