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20 Inconvenient Truths About Politics In America

Mick135 Wrote: Aug 17, 2012 7:34 PM
I live in Illinois. It's a pretty fair bet which way the State will go, as it was in '08; that's why I wrote in for Alan Keyes. He is a smart man, an honorable man, and the Dems couldn't scream their "Racist!" scream. I have met the Ambassador; he took time to speak with each of our 3 sons, which is a lot more than can be said for any before or since in any office higher than Representative.

1) Joseph Goebbels is often credited with saying, "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe." Not only was Goebbels right, his comments are at the core of the Democratic Party's messaging strategy.

2) There’s a reason why being right isn’t enough in our political system. It’s because as a general rule in politics, emotions > logic, soundbites > longer, better arguments, negative ads > positive ads, liars > honest politicians, and wrong and easy > right and hard.

3) The race-neutral "people should be judged by the content of...