Democrats, understandably, were relentless in poking fun at the ad. One right wing supporter tried to slough it off as stolen property. Explaining that, "Candidates and the super PACs that support them aren't allowed to share videos, or any other information, in private. So campaigns have increasingly gone public, posting B-roll clips of their candidates shaking hands with all sorts of constituents in hopes that the images wind up in future TV ads."
I'm not fond of lists. Mostly because they scare me. I don't generally find myself looking through lists that someone compiled picking things out of the list that I agree with. I generally fond a couple of things that I could never or would never do and inevitably dismiss the list in its entirety.
Having come to the realization that I wasn't an artist and had spent a couple hundred dollars on art supplies for an entire class of third-graders, I took to YouTube and library books to at least get an idea of what I was getting into. Hands, ears, and noses seemed like the most imortant things to dedicate time to, so that's what I did. I drew hands, noses, and ears, for the most part, non-stop. I through a few eyes in here and there just to break things up and then moved on to breast, but mostly ears and hands. A lot of ears and hands. Pages and pages of ears.