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it really is safe to say that the advertising budgets for romney and obama and the super pac's are kind of wasted

ok, as many of you know we have 60 days left until the election in november.
and the obama and romney camps are going after 'undecided voters'.
which begs a question. or questions:

  1. are there any undecided voters at this point?
  2. who are they?

it's safe to say that there are possibly 78 undecided voters left in the united states. and yet the obama and romney camps and their respective super pac's are going to spend roughly $500,000,000.00 in the next 2 months on advertising.

i have an idea:

what if the romney and obama camps and the super pac's said, collectively:

"we recognize that the vast majority of americans have made up their minds already. we also recognize that political advertising is, at this point, kind of a waste of time. with that in mind we've decided to take our advertising budgets and donate them to health care and rehabilitation for veterans."

i mean, wouldn't $500,000,000.00 be better spent on medical care and physical therapy and mental health care and employment counseling and help for veterans?

also: helping veterans would seem to be the one thing that both democrats and republicans could agree on.

just a thought, cos it really is safe to say that the advertising budgets for romney and obama and the super pac's are kind of wasted, as they're just irritating people in ohio, pennsylvania, florida, colorado, virginia, and north carolina who've already made up their minds.

thanks

moby



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