Date registered: Sep 2004
Vehicle: 95 E300
Location: Inside my head
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It all depends on who manipulates the public perception most effectively concerning Iraq. the committed 35% of voters on either side won't change their vote even if the anti-Christ were to reveal which side he was on for election. The most they would ever do is not vote rather than vote for the 'other' side.
That leaves the 30% muddled-middle that is swayed and buffeted by the sights and sounds of whatever whimsy enters their low-density cranial cavity. That's who the political adverts and posturing are aimed at cajoling to move just a wee bit in their direction. Look for adverts heavy in emotional arguments and microscopically thin in rational analysis and argument.
"My husband's opponent runs a crackhouse but my husband can sometimes heal the sick with a touch of his gentle hand on the hurt of a child."