It’s the July 4th week which means Americans are being subjected to an array of emotional, patriotic as well as awkward and inane commercials designed to leverage the theme of America in the name of capitalism.
We get it. We’re Americans. We’re capitalists. Despite the ubiquitous campy and low-budget local commercials hawking used cars, pawn shops and mattresses (these can be quite endearing actually), big brands are also in the business of using the Fourth of July as a platform to reach the American public. Some brands do this better, or worse, than others.
Sam Adams recently released a commercial that—judging by the comment section—is confounding and angering the public more than it is inspiring them to drink Sam Adams.
As Hulka336Rockets wrote:
“Misquoting the Declaration—deliberately! Good gawd.” Read more