TAG body spray for men – Uniquely designed to attract the ladies. Consider yourself warned. Everyone has seen these advertisements by Tag in which a „nurse“ is treating a patient and suddenly just jumps all over him, supposedly due to this body spray. Advertisements such as this one corrupt the minds of people and allow them to believe this false propaganda. As it has been said many times before, misleading advertisements are the downfall of corporate and social America.
In 2004, the President’s committee for re-election raised $269.6 million to advertise for George W. Bush’s campaign. One often hears the comment made after viewing advertisements, „I never did figure out what they were advertising.“ Everyone agrees that candidates for public office should be able to campaign to get their voices heard, but in most political advertisements, candidates do not get their points out and instead figure out a way to belittle the opponents. The importance of the product or the message the candidates carry should be the focus of advertisements. Political campaigns can never be fair unless there are limits places on the amount that can be spent on advertising.
Sex, lust, alcohol, sports, flashy words, and other mind stimulants are often used by the advertiser to quickly draw the mind’s attention. As stated by psychologists in the past, „…advertising works below the level of conscious awareness and it works even on those who claim immunity to its message.“ The message does not have to be meaningful or important, it just simply has to stay in one’s mind, and the advertisers know this. Advertisers will go at any lengths to make something funny or stupid, just so a person will remember it. Advertisers exploit the human race and make us fall into their evil deceptive tricks.
One of the worst things advertisers do is create problems that never before existed, just to turn a small profit. Advertising tells you what you need. Who worried about things like dandruff or nose hair until related advertisements were produced? There are many issues to which, before advertising, no one ever gave a thought. Advertisers sink low enough to make people feel like trash and make people feel like they must act a certain way or buy a certain product. Other products advertisers have greatly capitalized on are car enhancers. If someone sees a commercial with a car that has rims, or better yet spinners, tinted windows, and a loud stereo system, the person is automatically stereotyped as a „gangster.“ Advertisements have ruined America and have made us much more selfish and inconsiderate of those in countries too poor to afford the products these advertisers promote.