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Sunday, January 14, 2007
posted by jason | 2:24 PM | permalink
I was just reading an article on Romney and at the bottom of the page spotted this google add:

The Exploratory CommitteeLearn More.

Is he really that much of a deceiver?

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My understanding is that google adds are based on the content of the article. Thus an article focussing on Gardening will show a Home Depot add, or one about Europe might return a travel special to Europe.

Since Romney probably paid google for their advertising services, it is logical you would see one pop up on an article about Romney.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 14, 2007 at 4:46 PM  

If you see the add, it looked like you were going to a Romney site. But you are probably right.

It's still fun to jab McCain.

Wow! I was decieved...I did not even notice the add has a mccain web address until you pointed it out.

If anything that would make me more annoyed at mccain. There is nothing more annoying on the Web than clicking a link and it takes you somewhere you did not intend.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 15, 2007 at 5:02 PM  

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