February 26, 2013

Video Killed The Bumper Sticker Star

Stephen Kruiser notes that whilst we type of fact laden arguments, the Chancellor's clones are making holograms videos to win over hearts and minds.

While a valid point in some ways, I'm not so sure that our video efforts would have the same effect. Partly because I don't think this is really a hearts and mind campaign that's being waged against us - that's just cover (which will have the benefit to them of snagging some low info voters). Also our ideas, while certainly capable of having emotional appeal, are backed up by logic, by reason if you will. That makes us reluctant to, shall we say, put a whole lot into the packaging when the product is the best on the market.

Still, that doesn't mean I don't think we should pursue that course. And in light of that here's one of the most persuasive vids I've seen in favor of our culture:

An oldie but goodie, but one that should make the rounds again, just in case someone missed it.

Posted by Publicola at February 26, 2013 04:00 AM | TrackBack

I remember that one. I was going to make a joke about it giving the Committee a case of The Vapors, but then I remembered it was The Buggles. So of course, I had to YouTube it. YouTube suggested that Kim Wilde was "related". Which is how I find myself listening to Bow Wow Wow.

Thank you.

Posted by: jed at February 26, 2013 05:32 PM
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