Taxpayers to Fork Out $2.5 Million for Single Census Ad During Super Bowl. The bureau is spending $133 million between January and May -- or, more than $13 million for each of 10 questions, one of which reads: What is your telephone number? -- to publicize the national head-count. Part of that effort is the Super Bowl ad, which Kendall Johnson, a spokeswoman for the bureau, confirmed Wednesday to FoxNews.com cost $2.5 million to air. The ad, produced by actor and director Christopher Guest, also will appear in other media, Johnson said.
"We have rotations across all kinds of cable properties on network and cable TV," she said, adding that the bureau plans to advertise in 28 languages, including some as obscure as Hmong, a southeast Asian dialect
We are borrowing money hand over fist from China and the Newly raised debt ceiling could be hit by the end of the month...is THIS really OK?? I find it INSANE!
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Hey government. WTH
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