Campaigning | New NY 23rd

If man could be crossed with a cat, it would improve man but deteriorate the cat.– MarkTwain

Posted in Campaigning, Congress, Political Tagged firefighters, Mark Twain, Rep. Langworthy, Rep. Molinaro, Rep. Tenney, Rep. Williams

The tired dogmas of the past are inadequate for a vibrant future — we must look forward, not backwards.–Ron DeSantis Tired dogmas? Ron DeSantis is a candidate for President. He explains his views on his web page. Our country is going … Continue reading

Posted in Campaigning, Political, President Tagged Ron DeSantis

Tim Scott was raised in North Charleston, South Carolina in a poor, single-parent household by his mama, Frances Scott. Despite the challenging circumstances Frances faced raising her boys on her own, she instilled in each of them what it meant … Continue reading

Posted in Campaigning, Political, President Tagged Far right Republican playbook, Tim Scott

The medium is the message.–Marshall McLuhan Politicians embrace facebook because it is an effective means of mass communication, a one-way street from their propaganda mills into our minds. Posted on facebook: In only two days, a smoke screen of divisive … Continue reading

Posted in Campaigning, Congress, Media, Political Tagged facebook, Marshall McLuhan, Rep. Langworthy

The indignation of politicians is not a good measure of the gravity of any situation. — Paul Harvey Should everyone running for President be unaccountable for crimes or just one particular person? Indignation Rep. Nick Langworthy (NY-23) Outrageous. The deep … Continue reading

Posted in Trump, Campaigning Tagged Rep. Tenney, Rep. Stefanik, Paul Harvey, Rep. Langworthy, Stormy Daniels, Indictment, Indignation, Alvin Bragg

“Woke” has quickly become the most ubiquitous weapon word in American politics. Republicans use the term as a pejorative term to describe Democratic or progressive policies in general. Increasingly, everything Republicans don’t like gets described as woke, and wokeness has become … Continue reading

Posted in Campaigning, Political Tagged Frame the debate, George Lakoff, Gil Duran, redpilled, woke, wokeness

Some common campaign tactics: Don’t be fooled by political propaganda. Vote wisely, avoid voter’s remorse.

Posted in Campaigning Tagged The Lorax, Women’s votes

“Carthago delenda est!” The Roman statesman, Cato the Elder ended his political speeches with this phrase, even if his speech had nothing to do with Carthage. Politicians say anything they hope will sway public opinion. Here are some current examples from … Continue reading

Posted in Campaigning, Congress, Political Tagged propaganda

“I don’t care if Herschel Walker paid to abort endangered baby eagles. I want control of the Senate.”— Dana Loesch Sadly, these ideas aren’t uncommon. There are many more repeated everyday.

Posted in Campaigning Tagged danger, dangerous ideas, If I had a hammer, Pete Seeger and Lee Hayes

Max writes: Here’s what I stand for: Here’s an overview of the issues I will prioritize as a representative: Safety net: A struggling family could find themselves homeless quickly & without fault. There needs to be a viable safety net. … Continue reading

Posted in Campaigning, Congress, Political Tagged Abortion, democracy, Equal Rights, General Election, Healthcare, Issues, Max Della Pia, Nick Langworthy, NY-23

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