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John McCain Ad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-QYIP7o2-A by Mind Map: John McCain Ad    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-QYIP7o2-A
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John McCain Ad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-QYIP7o2-A

Visual Elements

Dark background

McCain is the focal point

He is always in the center

The light is only on McCain, again dark background

Use of newspaper ad titles to reinforce what McCain is saying.

Proves that others believe in McCain

Context

Made for McCain supports, and for those who are undecided it is a push towards McCain

Purpose: to make voters believe in McCain and understand his platform.

Process

High quality

Professional lighting, and use of technology to put the newspaper ad titles in.

Initial Reactions

The last quote is "john McCain the American President America has been waiting for".

I liked the use of the newspaper titles to reinforce what he is talking about (because the political language can be confusing).

In the beginning he says strong, powerful, convincing words like; stick together, stay strong, keep that faith.

Then the ad asks questions about what has McCain has done, like; "what kind of president does america want?"

Then the ad has a clip of McCain when he was in the war, which obviously makes him seem more american and there for more likable.

Final Reactions

The use of strong words in the beginning is used to get viewers "pumped up" and associate those words with McCain.

It is very reinforcing that he is the right choice, or like the choice has already been made and yes he was the right choice for President.

McCain is talking, the background is dark and you focus your whole attention on what him, makes the viewer concentrate on McCain and he is talking strong

The clip of John McCain when he was in the war on a hospital bed =make viewers think that he is more american, more connected with the people, more real.

The final quote is very convincing and makes it seem like McCain is already the President.