Watch this video, laugh if you like….then we can discuss it.
Yesterday, Herman Cain became the “Rebecca Black of political advertising.” She’s the teen who made a music video in unintentionally pointing out the banality of teenage life and pop music. It drew ire, and 166 million YouTube views. In a world where all press is good, Black’s epic fail created bigger waves than major label success.
Enter Poe’s Law: It Takes a Smiley to Mock Extremism
We had an interesting discussion of this over on my Facebook page, about whether this is a serious ad, or a parody or attack.
This brought Facebook, where Bill Cammack and Katherine Harris add their humor and professional insight (Bill produces video, Katherine is a former political insider.)