Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Czech Social Democrats present a new, sexy, reason to decrease unemployment
"Everybody who wants to should be able to enjoy something a bit different during the break at work," says the VO. "It is a shame that there are half a million people that don't have jobs."
Aimed at youth voters, the partisan ad appeared only online to minimize spillover to non-target audiences:
The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Bohuslav Sobotka, commented "I don't think one needs to be over necessarily prudish. The spot brings home the reality of unemployment."
But not necessarily the reality of employment. Or do they do things differently over there?
Oh, I could complain that this might contribute to workplace sexual harassment. But I won't. It's silly enough not to offend, even if the message is quite a bit of an overpromise.