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The New York Times reports that an ad campaign aimed at funneling Millennials into Obamacare appeals to imagined motherly advice: “Son, you need to buy health insurance.” Some of the ads are sponsored by the AARP. It is fitting that the AARP should be behind such ads. After all, if young, healthy people do not sign up in droves, then we old, sick people will have no one to subsidize our health costs.
Millennials tend to have a keen sense of irony, and are all the more easily influenced by humorous advertisements. Perhaps, then, the ad campaigns should take the example of Dudley Moore’s ‘truth in advertising’ strategy in Crazy People:
I offer the following as mere suggestions.