Taking Control of the Agenda
Any hard hitting message based on a provable truth is far more effective than smear. In politics you have to control the message and utilise as many supportive outlets as possible to distribute it. Real politics is a blood sport and the days are running out.
At some stage soon, Barack, and I’m sure he knows this, is going to have to challenge the myths and claims of John McCain, past and present. Rattle him with the facts, force a hotheaded reaction and control the agenda. He will need to expose McCain for the dangerous and deceitful man he really is, and what his election would mean for the United States and the world at large.
Although McCain has been in the Senate since 1987, people don’t really know the real McCain. He has promoted an image. That image is tarnished, but it needs to be completely stripped. Personally I would begin by painting McCain as the crazy Dr Strangelove character he threatens to be. Remember the movie and the role played by Peter Sellers? This is no movie.
Imagine a warmonger like John McCain with his finger on the atomic button?
Scare ’em? Sure? I’d frighten the you know what out of people. Wake them up. Obama has every right to pursue such a strategy. It is credible and based on a real possibility. McCain’s own words and history condemn him. Done well, it would be just about the only thing people would remember when going to vote. And that would be just for openers.
Images are remembered longer and stronger than words or policy details.
A 5 min video titled: Republicans The Military & McCain
Imagine if you were to use part of this material in advertisements including the promises from McCain about more wars. Watch the video, then ask yourself how would you feel about the future with McCain in the Oval office. If you agree with this message please email this story link far and wide. — http://www.tellingthoughts.com/us-politics/taking-control-of-the-agenda