Yesterday afternoon, an RTH blog entry reported that Fred Eisenberger has posted a campaign ad on YouTube. I wrote:
Eisenberger is not accepting corporate or union donations, so it makes sense to take advantage of any service that helps to get the message out.In today's Hamilton Spectator, a report on Eisenberger's ad tells it differently:The cash-strapped mayoral candidate took a page out of the 2006 U.S. election handbook and posted an attack ad on the hugely popular video-sharing website YouTube.com.
Can you spot the difference in emphasis?
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