@Sierra02 – Yea, I get what you’re saying. Public figures should be more careful with the choices they make, especially while their in office.
But what I took away from the article, especially regarding the last paragraph, is how internet advertisers use this tactic to get your attention.
It’s not necessarily false advertising, it’s just dancing around the truth behind the product with a lot of fluff.
For instance the truth about six pack abs eBook suggests you learn the truth before buying the product.
However the name of the product is “truth about six pack abs.” From what I’ve read, nowhere does it ever disclose the truth.