This ad paid for by the US Chamber of Commerce, which in spite of its misleading name is not a government agency, but one of the largest lobbying groups in the country.
"Less Jobs?" Fewer Jobs. Apparently MBA's don't include basic grammar.
There must be someone at the COC who knows that "less jobs" is ungrammatical. Is there some focus group driven reason for using that phrase, or is it an unconscious desire to abandon grammar along with facts?
I like that Bob & Brooke picked apart the techniques of this ad, but it would be good to link to supporting arguments for your own claims. How do you know "Obamacare" wouldn't reduce jobs in Virginia?
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