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Informative resources of this US electoral campaign for the White House course are amazing. Two weeks ago, I’ve seen a pair of sites that likes me. Both are spoof sites (funny sites) and emulate seriously websites. This kind of communication could be disinformation or deformed information depending on its source.

I like to know this type of online communication, because humor has a direct relation with creativity finding optimal names for these sites. For example, the first is PryceIsNotRight. It referrers to congresswoman Deborah Pryce in a critical sense. With a look like a fruit machine from Las Vegas, user can enjoy with an online trivia asking for some funny questions, ridiculizing Mrs. Pryce and her work in House.

Second one is a fake of classical The American Weekly magazine (published in US between 1896 and 1966), served as a sensationalist stories supplement. Well, this spoof publication launched by the Republican National Committee for this campaign is AmericaWeakly. It’s funny and humorous. Take a look!

All these online actions made increase internet dialogs, opinions and commentaries about candidates, their parties, and points of their electoral programs. I’m going to examine closely.

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Francesc Grau

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