WOW! This ad is very moving. I have several others in the queue that I wanted to show. But this ad is amazing. It hammers home the message that elections matter and who we vote for matters -- now more than ever.
The next video in our continuing series (part three) highlighting some of the top campaign ads of 2008, is the now infamous "Rocking Chair" ads. When these ads landed Liddy Dole was ahead of her Challenger state senator Kay Hagan. Hagan had been running a great race but Dole was still ahead.
But the DSCC dropped this ad with a big spend and now Hagan is in control. This ad, corny as it is, has contributed to Dole's demise. Let me know what you think.
I ended up loving the Waterfalls quite a bit. When I first heard about them they seemed a little silly or just over-priced at the least. But over the course of the summer I got started to get it.
The changing shapes and form and the industrial look of them were perfectly suited to the city. I really fell fir them during my bar study - especially the last two weeks when went to Pier 11 every day. They were very relaxing to me during the most stressful time of my life.
Wow! So, the Rays unload, IN FENWAY, with a 9-1 shellacking of the Red Sox. You gotta love. I was in the gym when I saw Rocco Baldelli's shot to the Green Monster -- it was Manny-esque. Who, by the way, is having himself a nice night in Los Angeles.
In our continuing looks at some of the best campaign ads of 2008, this one has been very effective. When I first saw it I thought it was a HUGE mistake. I thought it would open up a real ugly, blue state/red state elist war. Instead, studies conducted by Media Curves and others have shown this to be a very powerful ad and it has really pushed up Sarah Palin's negatives. This one is definitely worth a look.
AODL will be looking at some of the best ads of this campaign season. This one is deeply moving and has helped to start the shift towards Al Franken and away from Norm Coleman in that TIGHT Minnesota Senate race. Have a look and let me know what you think.