GOP and psyche-Ops
Could the GOP use tactical messaging and psyche-ops to manage its constituents, and manipulate election campaigns?
I ask this simple question.
How does a plan which 70% of Americans dislike with toxic ideology get so much serious press and apparent “support”?
If not mind control, what?
Blind party allegiance, based on a feeling or false rhetorical moral standard is not even close to smart and informed election research or sufficient knowledge to give that much power to anyone.
This is Democracide by radicalism. They are the MINORITY VOICE FOLKS!
Welcome to the party that is building a DNA data base on residents in Florida.
The GOP speaks for a party that has passed possibly 40-50 abortion restriction law, or hopes to pass.
The GOP has assaulted the right to bargain collectively in many states.
It hopes to fundamentally kill Medicare as it has been recognized.
It seeks to go after minimum wages.
It has declared “Financial marshal law” and subverted the very democratically elected officials in one state. (so far.)
If the Boehner pack is in fact a minority in a body, which is a minor part of a larger body, which represents the Nation at large, how do they claim to have the moral right to push an agenda which is nationally seen as undesirable?
It appears the true majority of this nation could not possibly be getting proper representation based on the facts, if in fact the nation is being held hostage by a small radical group who appear to be holding the majority hostage in a hostile coup of the government, but under the guise of economic revolution.
The facts, the history and the very nature of the lacking levels of critical thinking being shown in the GOP of late, says that the message and the true value base has been compromised by a few who have too much wealth, and even more self-righteous indignation.
They express outright contempt for true democracy and “public will” being the driving force that shapes this nation.
In contempt there might be subversion, and the words of some of their own extremists they say that too much radical religious influence is a “problem to watch”.
For a party that hates big government so much, how does it justify all the big brother actions and promise to give the wealthy more tax breaks too?
It does so by apparently capitalizing on the bulk of Americans in hard times, they created in the first place.
At this rate we will be seeing a what? a Palin/Trump ticket?
On a side note: The "Tea Party" is not and has never been a registered and officially seperate entity from the GOP, but it has ridden on the *coat tails as it were for all it's worth.
*red coat tails that is, yet another smoke and mirror action by the GOP.
Just a thought to ponder.