Different Views for Election Voters

What groups of voters are the two 1988 presidential candidates trying to win over? The following two campaign ads lay the cards on the table. Isn't it nice when all the propaganda smoke is cleared away and we can finally see them both for what they stand for . . . by the groups of voters they each attract?

What does Michael Dukakis have going for him?

The votes of the following groups of voters:

Voters who strongly oppose the death penalty.
Voters who strongly oppose the right ot own guns.
Homosexual voters and voters who strongly consider homosexuality as a "normal" alternate lifestyle.
Voters who strongly favor policies that socialists endorse.
Voters who strongly favor abortion.
Voters who strongly oppose research on a laser defense system.
Voters who strongly oppose military aid to the anti-communist contras.
Voters who strongly oppose prayer in school.
Voters who strongly favor socialized national health care.
Voters who strongly favor the policy of issuing weekend furlough passes to first degree murderers as a form of rehabilitation.

Vote Michael Dukakis on November 8th
- he represents "our" views.

What does George Bush have going for him?

The votes of the following groups of voters:

Voters who strongly favor the death penalty.
Voters who strongly favor the right to own guns.
Voters who strongly refuse to consider homosexuality as a "normal" alternate lifestyle.
Voters who strongly oppose policies that socialists endorse.
Voters who strongly oppose abortion.
Voters who strongly favor research on a laser defense system.
Voters who strongly favor military aid to the anti-communist contras.
Voters who strongly favor prayer in school.
Voters who strongly oppose socialized national health care.
Voters who strongly oppose the policy of issuing weekend furlough passes to first degree murderers as a form of rehabilitation.

Vote George Bush on November 8th
- he represents "our" views.

Two presidential candidates . . . two different streams of political viewpoints. Vote on November 8th if either candidate represents "your" views! The stakes are too high to stay home.

---Kenneth J. Wolf #01 (8/13/88)

Return to Captured Thoughts