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  • Steve Ross

    Ah, yes. The same TV stations (and radio stations and newspapers) that knowingly accept false and misleading advertising, after which they might complain about the false advertising and the resulting debasement of public life! New rule: If you won’t accept misleading ads for toothpaste, why do you allow it for candidates?

  • Steve Ross

    Ah, yes. The same TV stations (and radio stations and newspapers) that knowingly accept false and misleading advertising, after which they might complain about the false advertising and the resulting debasement of public life! New rule: If you won’t accept misleading ads for toothpaste, why do you allow it for candidates?

  • Anonymous

    I live near Boston, and in the period leading up to the New Hampshire primary, political advertising is beyond ridiculous.  So even if managers and owners of  PA TV outlets are in tears, viewers in the Keystone State will be spared this endless river of political spots.