Fair warning - TV viewers of America: buy your barf bags now because there’s going to be a lot of sick political propaganda infecting your sets until the election is over in November.
“With nearly six months left before Election Day, national party committees have already reserved more than $72 million in television airtime for a fall campaign that’s shaping up as a Super Bowl-like spectacle of political advertising.
Given that the 2012 cycle may go down in history as the most cluttered and expensive in history, committees and super PACs are maneuvering to get the most bang for their buck. For many, that means buying their ads unusually early.
The closer we get to Election Day, the more TV ads from various committees, third parties and super PACs (not to mention the campaigns) are placed. There comes a point when you literally just run out of space.” (Read whole article here)
I can only imagine how revolting these ad campaigns are going to be with millions of dollars being spent on them. Can you say, “No holds bared?”