Video Fridays: Three Political Reminders: The Quality of Life versus Words

It’s political season folks, so while we get a deluge of political ads with pretty pictures meant to feed on our fears and divide us over nostalgic values that never seems to reach the level of observable constructive behaviors, here are three political videos, one meant to make us remember that there’s something more important than the corporate bottom line and two meant to remind us that politicians will say anything to get elected. Enjoy.

Uploaded by colinatpyramid on Sep 11, 2008
Forty years ago, Robert F. Kennedy challenged the basic way we measure progress and well-being in America. Today, the Glaser Progress Foundation is raising the same questions through a new medium. The Seattle-based foundation released a new web video marking the anniversary of a famous speech in which Kennedy said the Gross Domestic Product counts “everything, in short, except that which makes life worthwhile.”