Technically…the headline is correct. Check out Senator Obama’s latest campaign ad. What would you guys call it? Regardless of your answer, it’s a very shrewd use of Bill to support Obama. But it makes Mo’Kelly wonder, isn’t there some sort of proprietary issue with using former President Clinton in any ad that hasn’t been sanctioned by Clinton himself?
Isn’t there some sort of legal/copyright issue involved with using a political figure’s photo/likeness in a campaign ad that he clearly didn’t support? If there’s a lawyer out there, please explain to Mo’Kelly how this works. It makes Mo’Kelly think that a member of Obama nation might have put this together on his/her own and it’s not meant for actual broadcast, just a form of viral internet marketing (that Mo’Kelly is now spreading). Note…it does NOT include the obligatory soundbite, “I’m Barack Obama, and I’ve approved this message.” So take that for what it’s worth. Regardless, it’s a compelling piece.
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