Re: [political-graveyard] Re: Possibly good news
- On Wed, 13 Aug 2003 cornish@... wrote:
> Did you really mean to have political ads? Examples.Yes, the site is nonpartisan. When I had one ad banner per page, it
> =Howard Dean for President
> =The Republian Store (GOP gifts, apparel)
> =Bush 2004 Merchandise (stickers, hats, signs, neckties)
> =Annoy a Liberal (t-shirts, stickers)
> =Draft Clark 2004
> I saw others before I started noting down the names.
> I thought PG was suppose to be nonpartisan???
didn't seem appropriate for it to be advocating for a political point of
The Google ads are different. There are four of them to a page, and it's
very unlikely that all four of them would be political in the same
direction. They look and work like ordinary classified ads. So I am
comfortable with the fact that some of them come from candidates or
Moreover, I don't think there's any way to systematically exclude
all political ads.
Thank you for bringing up this issue.
Lawrence Kestenbaum, polygon@...
The Political Graveyard, http://politicalgraveyard.com
Mailing address: P.O. Box 2563, Ann Arbor MI 48106