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10/01/2008

Video: Untruth in advertising

by Jeremy Hooper

On Monday, after posting the first TV ad from California's anti-gay side, we proceeded to point out how the reasoning behind one particular point of the (super boring!) ad is completely flawed. Now an enterprising YouTuber has pointed out even more bits o' B.S.:

But in our opposition's defense: Their entire campaign is based on chicanery. So in terms of the product matching the pitch, nobody can really cite them for false advertising.

Yes on Prop 8 Ad - Protect Marriage California [YouTube]
*Our complete Prop 8 archive: Prop 8. [G-A-Y]

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Also, why in the heck is a professor of a university that is affiliated with Churches of Christ telling so many lies.

Five lies in 30 seconds. Shame on Pepperdine University for such lies.

Pepperdine should debate the truth and stop lying. Or can't they?

Posted by: Lee | Oct 1, 2008 7:09:32 PM

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