The according to AdAge
the Nielsen folks have weighed in on the commercials as follows:
The biggest disconnect here is that controversial Clint Eastwood commercial. Apparently a lot of folks didn't pick up it was for Chrysler but they liked it.
And the goofy stuff around that commercial just keeps rolling along. AdAge reports
that along with the Karl Rove et al goofy reaction, at the other extreme protests are coming in "some are upset that the protest signs used in the spot were scrubbed clean of the pro-union messages."
And then according to Bloomberg
former U.S. President George W. Bush finds himself at a car dealers convention having to defend loans to GM and Chrysler his administration provided at the end of his term.
Ain't politics in America grand? A truly inspiring commercial leads to two Presidents defending their actions.
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