More, Please

This is from the NeverTrumpers, and it is pretty good, in that Republican-take-no-prisoners sort of way. I hope that the Left can learn a few things from it, because the first chance that the NeverTrumpers get to return to their lairs, they will return to form and unleash this sort of thing against us.

The Dims need to learn their majicks.

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8 Responses to More, Please

  1. Redhand says:

    I saw this. The only thing missing would be a photoshop of him humping the Confederate flag rather than to U.S. one. And yes, this is brutal but well deserved.

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  2. Drifty would like to remind us…. The republican party is inexplicably Full of Republicans…. And as TG says…the Never-Trumpers are NOT our friends, only temporary allies.

    https://driftglass.blogspot.com/2020/06/until-very-recently-lincoln-project-co.html

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  3. laura says:

    I’m A-okay with the Lincoln project spending it’s cash on these videos and leaving the Biden campaign to do the “here’s an alternative to trump” stuff because I’m thrifty.

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  4. Bruce388 says:

    It’s a great ad. Now they can do the swastikas.

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  5. MDavis says:

    I recommend studying bumper stickers, headlines and pop songs.
    One of the tricks is to avoid nuance. Just get the main message out there and let the opponents bring up the nuance. It’s like negotiations in that you get the other side to make offers rather than just handing over a list of concessions you are willing to make. Make them work for it.
    And if they totally ignore a statement that you think is pretty good, give it further analysis. They might be ignoring it because it is to difficult to refute, so that is one to push harder.
    And let any Gish gallop off like Bundy with a flag. i.e.: sometimes you just gotta ignore them.

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  6. Dennis Cole says:

    I’m thinking that in these troubled times, it might be worth dusting off the ol’ campaign slogan, “Honestly, think about it – are you better off than you were 4 years ago?”
    Simple, yet effective.

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