You write "If you vaguely circumscribe criticism of political leaders and the capacity of one party to take on another, you are going to have a very dry election debate" what you seem to be confused about in this case is the fact that an advertisment is NOT a debate, but a one-sided message from only one organisation. In a debate, they would have been free to "criticise" each other as you say.
Youy've tied together issues that don't belojng together to prove your point, which might lead the non-vigilant reader to be mislead
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They are also jeopardizing the nation's health by producing diet drinks containing aspartame without informing the public of the serious concerns about the effects of this chemical additive.
This large powerful company should take a serious look at the real results and effects it is having on our lives and re-think their advertising and product content.
I have and interesting stat for your thoughts on Pinterest being purely female and recreational.."This year Pinterest drove 41 percent of social media traffic to e-commerce sites, while the average shopper referred from the network spent between $140 to $180 as compared to $60 to $80 spent by users referred from Facebook."
I guess females shop for recreation.. making them and Pinterest pretty alluring for brands right now ;)
THE FASTEST GROWING DEMOGRAPHIC ON TWITTER IS THE 55-64 YEAR AGE BRACKET.
This demographic has grown 79% since 2012.
Impressive numbers for those who thought social media was a teen thing ;)
We are also bringing Socially Responsible Branding and Advertising, by allowing advertisers to sponsor :-
27 Entrepreneurs as owners who will bring,
Employment, Entertainment, Education, Safety and Security into each community, "without taking from the poor to give to the rich".
Advertising CAN do real good, without taking anything away.
See the "ReaGilè Community Cinema Project".
Helping to Fix Our Country, by creating 35 000 sustainable entrepreneurship jobs, by bringing Cinemas to the 40 million people who have been neglected by the establishment, and creating socially responsible marketing opportunities for corporates.
Lets see which corporates are also interested in our communities and not just in their bottom line.
ReaGilè Community Cinemas.