Friday, October 31, 2008

Master Manipulator

This was talked about by Rush Limbaugh yesterday...

Confessions Of An Obama Blogger By Sarah P.

Today I found this via

What You Were Never Intended To Know About This Election: A Hillary Staffer Comes Clean

Basically, both divulge Obama's strategy of manipulating media, polls, and anything else he can to make sure the opposition becomes dispirited, disorganized, and demobilized.

Don't let Obama's massive propaganda machine bamboozle you into staying home on Tuesday!

Get out and vote for McCain/Palin.


Brooke said...

Nothing is more frightening than the prospects of an Obama presidency this Halloween.

I'll be at the polls bright and early, FOR SURE.

cary said...

Waitwaitwait - you mean the Democrats are using misleading information and misinterpreted polls to project themselves in a better light?

What are they, politicians?

cube said...

brooke: I agree with you. The looming election has made this Halloween less than spooktacular for me.

cary: You have a point, but my counterpoint is that Obama has elevated this type of manipulation to an art form. Not even the Clintons were able to marshall the level of propaganda that Obama has generated.

Obama hasn't released any of the records most candidates release, he couldn't pass a security clearance for a government job, his birth certificate is suspect,
he is supported by every dictatorial government in the world, has never, ever run a business or anything else, is chin-deep in ACORN's voter fraud, yet, he is tied in this race? That's one heck of a sales job.

Jamie Dawn said...

My son and I vote yesterday.
The McPalin ticket got our votes.
My hubby voted early too, also, and voted for the McPalin ticket.
Unfortunately, my daughter is away at college and did not get an absentee ballot, so she cannot vote.
Ho hum.

This election is not over until the votes are cast and counted. No one should shy away from voting simply because they hear of polls that favor Obama.
I think this election will be won by McCain.
If I'm wrong, then I'm wrong.

nanc said...

it's good to see that at least a couple of lefties have consciences!

not to be negative, but i know bloggers who registered as democrats for the primaries with the only intention of keeping her heinous out of the race - they'll not vote for his heinous!

Papa Frank said...

My brother lives in Michigan and last election cycle they had 2 democrats with 20 point leads at the time of the election. Both of them lost. MANY people ONLY voice their opinions with their actual vote. And the majority of these people are conservatives.

cube said...

j.d.: I give myself that same pep talk everyday. I also think McCain will pull out a win.

nanc: It's not over until it's over.

papa frank: I hope you're right.

Drofen said...

I voted early for McCain & Palin also.

cube said...

drofen: Good for you. I hope there are more of us sane people than the nutcake Obama voters.