SPEECHLESS. And speechless is exactly what some people are -- those that are not well-connected enough to those in power:
The nearly 100 million viewers expected to tune in to next month's Super Bowl on CBS will be served up ads that include everything from beer and bikinis to credit cards and erectile dysfunction.
They will also see two spots from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. What's missing from America's premiere marketing spectacle will be an anti-Bush ad put forth... [The Light of Reason]
An ad criticizing the Bush administration's "run-up of the federal deficit" -- unacceptable "advocacy advertising." But ads that will likely make a spurious connection between the "War on Drugs" and the "War on Terror" -- hunky-dory.
It seems obvious to me that any "anti-drug" advertising, regardless of whether or not it makes spurious connections, is advocacy advertising.