ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 22, 2012 AND THEREAFTER - This combination of images made from video made available by the Democratic National Committee via the LBJ Library shows a girl pl

 

              ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 22, 2012 AND THEREAFTER - This combination of images made from video made available by the Democratic National Committee via the LBJ Library shows a girl pl
ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, OCT. 22, 2012 AND THEREAFTER - This combination of images made from video made available by the Democratic National Committee via the LBJ Library shows a girl plucking petals from a flower, left, and a mushroom cloud from a nuclear explosion in a 1964 presidential campaign television commercial titled "Peace, Little Girl" and known as the "Daisy Spot" made by the DNC for Lyndon B. Johnson in his race against former Sen. Barry Goldwater. Probably the most famous of all campaign commercials, the ad juxtaposed a little girl plucking the petals off of a flower with a countdown to a nuclear explosion in an attempt to characterize Goldwater as an extremist who couldn't be trusted with America's national security. It aired only once as a paid advertisement, but received far more attention in subsequent news reports. (AP Photo/Democratic National Committee)