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Fri Jun 12, 2020, 10:57 AM

Trump: Deer In The Headlights






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Reply Trump: Deer In The Headlights (Original post)
DinahMoeHum Jun 2020 OP
Stuart G Jun 2020 #1
procon Jun 2020 #2
ffr Jun 2020 #3
SharonClark Jun 2020 #4
empedocles Jun 2020 #5
magicguido Jun 2020 #6
Nitram Jun 2020 #7

Response to DinahMoeHum (Original post)

Fri Jun 12, 2020, 11:00 AM

1. Thank You for posting...K and R

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Response to DinahMoeHum (Original post)

Fri Jun 12, 2020, 11:02 AM

2. "Too weak to lead." That's the money quote! nt

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Response to DinahMoeHum (Original post)

Fri Jun 12, 2020, 11:11 AM

3. That cuts to the bone.

I like Biden's offense!

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Response to DinahMoeHum (Original post)

Fri Jun 12, 2020, 11:17 AM

4. Excellent from visuals to text to tone.

And it's believable because every American has seen him being weak and afraid.

Wouldn't it be bizarre that he "won" in 2016 by being a bully and he'll lose in 2020 by being a coward.

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Response to DinahMoeHum (Original post)

Fri Jun 12, 2020, 11:42 AM

5. Wondered how effective the Dem attack ads are. Found nothing direct. This older study interesting.

''Why attack ads work

If you’re sick of all those negative political ads that run on television before Election Day, well, you’re out of luck. Those ads—which many people say they hate—run for a reason: They work.
So says Joan Phillips, a Quinlan professor of marketing who has researched how voters react to negative political ads. But if so many people say they can’t stand the ads, why are they so effective?
It’s the same reason why people are more likely to watch the weather when a hurricane is coming than when it’s sunny and 70 degrees outside, Phillips says.
“We pay more attention to negative information,” she says. “It’s more salient, it scares us, and we’re more likely to remember it.”
. . .

in a tightly contested race, like this year’s presidential election, getting even a few people to change their vote can make all the difference in the world.
“That’s a huge, huge gain for a candidate,” Phillips says.
Negative ads tend to work best when people are passionate about the campaign, such as a presidential election where the stakes are high, Phillips says. . . .
So what’s the bottom line?
“We’re not saying positive ads aren’t good,” Phillips says. “It’s just that negative ads are effective.”

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Response to DinahMoeHum (Original post)

Fri Jun 12, 2020, 12:18 PM

6. Deer in the Headlights

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Response to DinahMoeHum (Original post)

Fri Jun 12, 2020, 04:07 PM

7. Excellent!

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