Wabash wrote:Source of the post To your point about everyone lies. The right wing has done a remarkable job of convincing their following that everyone lies. So that any investigation is a partisan effort and not really designed to put integrity back into the system.
Wabash wrote:Source of the post The right wing has done a remarkable job of convincing their following that everyone lies
John Q. Public wrote:Source of the post Correction: That should say "the far right wing." The merely Conservative are as baffled by all this as everybody else is.
not4u13 wrote:Source of the post All politicians lie. Nobody can be trusted. It's not about Trump (the player), it's about the game (politics). Focusing on Trump's lies, keeping track of the frequency and arguing about the depth and breadth does nothing to undermine the man.
John Q. Public wrote:Source of the post Salesmanship 101 says you never talk "above" your customer. That's a failure for the Democrats more than it's genius on Trump's part.
not4u13 wrote:Source of the post We need smart and well educated people who also understand how to sell themselves to their very broad audience.
not4u13 wrote:Source of the post Lies should matter, but they don't.
The more Trump's opposition focuses on the lies, the more his supports will say ... you just don't get it ... and laugh all the way to the polls.
Well not4U, not to put too fine a point on it but a lot of trump supporters are pretty stupid people.
John Q. Public wrote:Source of the post Obamacare was the prime example of Democrats not selling their program.
And a lot of Democrats are pretty naive people.
John Q. Public wrote:Source of the post Their next challenge is trying to get ahead of the claims that they're going to turn us into Venezuela and I don''t see anyone trying to do it.
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