I learned this definition more years ago than I wish to admit.
Campaigns are meant to present voters a clear message as to why a politician’s vision is worthy of their support.
Yesterday, was a bad day for the three Republican front-runners.
I’ll start with Rick Perry. In case this is unknown, I don’t like Rick Perry. I say this to be fair, not to denigrate him.
I want to denigrate him.
But I won’t.
See, this is me not denigrating him.
Yesterday, the Governor from Texas released a “bold” new tax plan. The day should have been about him hitting the campaign trail selling his new plan, leading to major headlines about his tax reform plan. Instead of the talk being about his plan, the headlines are: “Rick Perry: I Don’t care if tax plan helps the rich”, “Rick Perry calls Mitt Romney a Fat Cat” and if you are not hearing those headlines, you are hearing about Rick Perry keeping alive the birther movement or mentioning President Obama’s grades.
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Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES When there are no consequences for actions, people can just brazenly say they’re going to come after you. Nobody has ever faced any kind of discipline for what went on at the IRS. While the justice department found there was no criminal activity as it related to Lois Lerner, there is no doubt IRS employees targeted conservative groups, making | Read More »