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We had to pick 6 winners and 26 finalists, but there were dozens of thought-provoking and hilarious entries. We've posted our top 150 choices for you to view and share with friends. You can even email the creators of most of these videos directly.


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And the Winners Are...


Overall Best Ad and People's Choice Winner:

CHILD'S PAY
by Charlie Fisher of Denver, CO

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Overall Best Ad Runner-Up:

WHAT ARE WE TEACHING OUR CHILDREN?
by Fred Surr, Ted Page, Janet Tashjian of Needham, MA

Instead of teaching our children about beneficial products such as teeth whitening kits to ensure that they have a good reputation in the business world, we are ruining their futures by allowing president George Bush to accept funds from large corporations and put their interests over those of our children.

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Funniest Ad:

IF PARENTS ACTED LIKE BUSH
by Christopher Fink of Sherman Oaks, CA

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Best Animated Ad:

WHAT I BEEN UP TO. . .
by Mark Wolfe and Ty Pierce of Columbus, OH

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Best Youth Ad:

BRING IT ON
by Jared Ewy, Angel Sexton, and Drew Adams of Englewood, CO

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