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When you hear about people spending every penny they have on courses they are coerced to take at Scientology centers or people going bankrupt after hard sales and told they really need to take another course to move one step up the never ending ladder they will never finish climbing, it really is disgusting to see Scientology spend $8M on a 60 second long Super Bowl commercial. Remember, this is an organization that is tax exempt. If you can find the scratch to pay $8M for the spot plus the cost of production, I don't think you should qualify as tax exempt. If you have that much money, then pay some taxes. I wonder how many calls they got last night or people stopping by today. People who will go bankrupt in the future or get suckered into joining SeaOrg or have their family taken from them. There are always so many commercials that are banned or not accepted and I really wish this had been one of them.
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