Talking Points

 

 

Great Orators of the Democrat Party


“It depends what your definition of ‘is’ is?’’ ~ President William Jefferson Clinton


“Those rumors are false. I believe in the sanctity of marriage.” ~ John Edwards


“What difference does it make?” (re: Benghazi) ~ Hillary Clinton


“I invented the Internet.” ~ Al Gore


“America is, is no longer, uh, what it, uh, could be, uh, what it was once was, uh, and I say to

 

myself, uh, I don’t want


that future, uh, for my children.” ~ Barack Obama


“I have campaigned in all 57 states.” ~ Barack Obama (Quoted 2008)


“You don’t need God anymore; you have us Democrats.” ~ Nancy Pelosi (Quoted 2006)


“Paying taxes is voluntary.” ~ Sen. Harry Reid


“Bill is the greatest husband and father I know. No one is more faithful, true, and honest than

he is.” ~ Hillary
Rodham Clinton (Quoted 1998)


“You have a business. You didn’t build that. Someone else did!” ~ Barack Obama (Quoted 2012)

 

STOP SAYING THESE WORDS in 2018

Stop saying “Russians hacked the election”; they didn’t.  This is classic “distract and deceive” scheming.  Liberal progressives distract the public from the never-ending corruption of the Clintons, some exposed by hacking.  They hope to deceive by trying to de-legitimize the Trump administration and other victories of the majority of voters.  The Russians didn’t force Hillary’s team to mishandle US confidential information on her secret private server or to rig the Dem primary or to pay violent goons to assault Trump rallies.  

Keep saying “fake news” in response to the biased misinformation constantly coming out of the mainstream media (big media gangsters).    It’s starting to rattle them.  Ha. Ha.  Call all their attacks on us “fake news”; you will almost always be correct.  If they happen to get something reported properly, just say, “well about time they got something right!”

Review of some prior words to no longer use...

Stop saying “alt-right” and don’t let them associate you with it.  The phrase was developed by big media gangsters to tag all Republicans to miniscule fringe groups like white supremacists.  

Stop saying “Trump Protesters”, call them criminal rioters.  They are violent goon squads, many paid for by secret Democratic groups, sent to disrupt and intimidate Trump and GOP rallies.  

Stop saying “immigration” issue, it’s an “open border” problem.  

Stop saying “government gridlock” or “getting along to get something done” because any government that automatically doubles in size every 14 years, spends $4 Trillion per year with $20 Trillion debt, is NOT gridlocked.  

Stop saying “free stuff” from the government.  It’s taking money from one person to give to another using government authority to do it.  It’s not free, someone always pays.  Call it what it is:  redistribution of wealth by an authoritarian central government.  


    


Noteworthy Lessonsfrom Donald Trump’s Campaign

Fight Back.  Counterpunch and return the attacks from opponents immediately and forcefully.  Everything from small digs to major character assassination attempts should be met with responses that will make opponents think twice before attacking again.  A strategy that “ignores attacks to rise above” will only bury you.  

Be Bold.  When times are tough, big, bold, action-packed plans are winners.  Nobody is motivated by a long list of small, wonkish baby-steps.  

Social Media Works.  When Republicans allow the big media gangsters to be the arbiters of the narrative, they lose.  Social media can now can be used to sidestep the media and communicate your message directly to the voters without a media filter.  However with social media, a politician must be exciting and provocative in order to seize and maintain a large audience.    

Force Accountability.  Hold liberal progressives personally accountable for their policy failures.   Do not let them dodge responsibility by allowing them to focus on their intentions alone.  Trump made inroads when he attacked policies that have been failing for decades and tagged Hillary and the Democrats with their policies that never fixed any problems.



 



 

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