August 7, 2008

ALWAYS LEAVE THEM WANTING MORE: “With Election Day still three months away, 48 percent said they’re hearing too much about the Democratic candidate, according to a poll released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center. Just 26 percent said the same about his Republican rival, John McCain. . . . At the same time, nearly four in 10 said they’ve been hearing too little about McCain — about four times the number who said so about Obama.” All the pro-Obama hype in the press may have had the effect of making him seem over-familiar rather than revolutionary. Under the Feiler Faster Principle, this makes sense.

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