(First in an anticipated series of posts examining examples of Brownwashing, which – similar to Greenwashing – is “the unjustified appropriation of [political] virtue by . . . a politician . . . to create a pro-[voter] image, sell a [candidate] or a policy, or to try and rehabilitate their standing with the public and decision makers after being embroiled in controversy.”)
This TV spot from the Coalition for American Jobs (site apparently not updated since last August).
Here in Massachusetts we have a long history of thinking independently. And Sen. Scott Brown is an independent voice in Washington. Calling for common-sense solutions to grow our economy. Reduce the deficit. Cut government red tape. Keep energy affordable. Support small business and new technology. Scott Brown: Keeping America competitive. Creating good jobs. Call and tell Sen. Brown: Keep fighting for Massachusetts jobs and a better future for our families.
That’s more eyewash in 30 seconds than Bausch & Lomb produces in a year.
Not surprisingly, Brownwashing has its counterpart: Brownbashing.
More, Wethink, to come.