The ad industry has a long history of lying about its products, but it has never been better at it.
It’s doing so much better than any other industry in this country.
And when you’re doing that kind of thing, it’s an absolute travesty.
But the industry is going to keep lying about ads, because it’s the only industry that’s willing to do so.
If you believe in the idea of the free market, it makes no sense to lie about your products.
The only way you can make a buck from your ad, after all, is by lying about them.
But when it comes down to it, it doesn’t make sense to deceive people by advertising your products as if they were your own.
In reality, you’re just telling them what you think you’re selling.
And the people who buy from you, it turns out, are the ones who aren’t buying from you.
So what’s the answer?
There’s only one answer.
Advertisers should be forced to tell the truth, as the government did with cigarettes and tobacco ads in the 1920s.
They were forced to give their products a name.
They had to use a clear, concise, truthful headline.
But, of course, those rules didn’t stop the tobacco industry from selling thousands of ads claiming that the American Cancer Society was conspiring to destroy the life of every American smoker.
That’s how you end up with millions of people living in fear that their doctors are selling them cancer cures and that cancer is a disease that will destroy their lives.
This kind of advertising is just the latest example of the lies that our government has told for the past 200 years.
For example, the tobacco companies were required to tell people that they had no health risks.
The tobacco companies knew this.
They also knew that millions of Americans were buying their cigarettes and inhaling the smoke.
They knew that these ads were misleading.
They didn’t have to tell anyone about this.
But people didn’t like to believe them.
So they went to Congress and demanded that Congress repeal the federal smoking laws.
They went to the courts and sued.
The courts upheld the tobacco laws.
The government finally complied.
But it never repealed the laws.
When you tell people you have no health risk, you are lying.
When people believe you have health risk and buy your products, they are not buying from your products—they are buying from themselves.
But that’s not what happened.
Congress repealed the smoking laws, and it gave the industry an excuse to lie again.
The industry began to tell us that it had found an “unwanted” group of people with cancer, and that this cancer group was responsible for cancer deaths.
The truth is, these cancer groups were just another reason why Americans continued to smoke.
But now they had to tell Americans that they were doing it to stop the cancer, not to help people.
The ad makers lied again.
They started telling us that these people had been smoking for years and had no real health problems, but now, because of cancer, they were dying.
They even said that they could stop smoking and help these cancer patients stop smoking.
This time, the American Lung Association and other tobacco groups were called on to make this claim.
The same industry that lied about cancer was now telling us they could help cancer patients quit smoking.
But they couldn’t.
The real cancer groups, who had no cancer, could stop smokers from dying.
But no one was going to buy their product.
Now, these tobacco groups began to call on other groups to come forward and say that the cancer groups had the same cancer problems as the cancer people.
And these groups had to say the same thing.
The American Cancer Association finally said the cancer industry was lying about cancer.
But because they didn’t want to offend the cancer-hating politicians, they just said they had nothing to do with it.
They never said that the real cancer is smoking.
And now they couldn.
So the American Public Health Association came along.
The new group didn’t come up with a new lie.
It simply told people that cancer was a disease caused by tobacco and cigarettes.
So, the people bought the cigarettes.
The cigarette companies continued to make the claims that smoking was causing cancer.
They made the claims about smoking, and now, after a lot of people died, the real problem with cancer is that you don’t know what the real disease is.
Now it was time for the tobacco manufacturers to stop lying.
They decided to stop making false advertising.
They said that their products were harmless, and if you want to know what cancer was, you should just ask your doctor.
But we’re still going to be selling ads that tell you you should stop smoking cigarettes and go smoke your own damn pipe.
They told us that we should stop using tobacco products and stop buying tobacco.
We didn’t do that.