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Los Angeles, CA (PRWeb) January 15, 2007 --
Yuks Entertainment Inc., a multimedia production company based in Los Angeles has launched the first "Obama '08" political ad campaign on the internet. They plan to air the ads on television once the junior Senator from Illinois officially announces his candidacy for President of the United States.
Company spokesperson Dailey Pike said, "In our ads we're not just encouraging Barack to run like some others. With such widespread support we're betting Barack is going to run. And we're putting our time, energy and money where our hope is. We produced almost a dozen ads that are all quite different, not just the usual cut and paste montage of a candidate's pictures with a narrator and dramatic music. In fact, many feature rare historic footage and audio. But instead of telling you about them I encourage everyone to visit the website Barack2008.TV and watch them. Some are compelling, some humorous, some address specific issues like net neutrality and Iraq. Viewers can also rate and comment on the ads. We'd certainly like their feedback.
"During the process of creating these ads we found out a great deal about Senator Obama and his views on the important issues of the day. First, Barack was against the war in Iraq from the start and he predicted everything that is happening there today. He's also very clear in his stance on other issues such as ethics, wages, poverty and shows his tech savvy with his stand on net neutrality. He podcasts every week on various topics and I suggest everyone go listen at his Senate website http://Obama.Senate.gov
"For anyone that questions his maturity, let me say one final thing. If elected, when Barack takes the oath of office he will be 47 years old. That's only five years younger than Lincoln and four years younger than FDR. He would be one year older than Ulysses S. Grant, four years older than Kennedy who took office at the age of 43 and five years older than Teddy Roosevelt who became President at the age of 42. The added bonus? Barack is not only brilliant but he 'has a heart as big as a whale' to quote from Cab Calloway's song Minnie the Moocher. Obama '08! Why wait?"
The titles of the ads are:
Obama '08 - The Audacity of Hope
Obama '08 - How Many More?
Obama '08 - Barack IS Right On Iraq
Obama '08 - E Pluribus Unum
Obama '08 - Barack Was Right On Iraq
Obama '08 - Barack To The Future
Obama '08 - We All Have A Past
Obama '08 - Are We There Yet?
Obama '08 - Experience
Obama '08 - Net Neutrality
The Obama '08 ad campaign began just over a week ago on You Tube. The ads can be viewed at a number of websites.
Yuks Entertainment Inc. is not affiliated with and the opinions expressed in its ads are those of the company and do not reflect the views of Senator Barack Obama, Hope Fund America or any political candidate/organization.
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