I've always dug method's pure approach to household care, but this "Shiny Suds" ad makes people against dirty sound suspiciously like...
Maybe that's too strong of a comparison.
The ad's an emotional plea for the passing of the Household Product Labeling Act. This would obligate all household cleaning products in the US to bear a label sporting "a complete and accurate list" of their ingredients.
Any product in defiance of the ruling "shall be treated as a misbranded hazardous substance."
Sounds like a good thing in theory. Method would come out looking like a rose, but under the light of these lecherous scrubbing bubbles it doesn't quite smell like one right now.
It just crosses a line, you know...?