Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Marketing just a dozen years too early

Faith hasn't turned six yet, but the political advertisements have already turned her head. During a family conversation with cousins about the Georgia governor's race, my husband was talking about the current governor, Sonny Perdue. As he referred to him as Sonny, Faith kept trying to interrupt. I couldn't figure out why she wanted to chime into the conversation about gubernatorial politics. "Daddy, it's not Sonny, it's 'Sonny-do-list,'" Faith said. Where in the world did she hear about the governor's to-do-list theme in his campaign? On television AND the computer, she said. Wait until she sees challenger Mark Taylor, the "Big Guy," playing with all those diapered babies. She loves babies.
— Liz Fabian

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