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Jonah Goldberg: Obama health lie freaks Dems
« on: November 05, 2013, 02:44:21 PM »

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Re: Jonah Goldberg: Obama health lie freaks Dems
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2013, 03:25:35 PM »
They should be required to allocute prior to any change in vote as to what they received in exchange for their vote.  Do not make it easy on them.
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Re: Jonah Goldberg: Obama health lie freaks Dems
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2013, 03:38:25 PM »
In sales, it's called the "bait-and-switch":

1. Reel in the prospect with an attractive-sounding pitch for a product or service that seems too good to be true.

2. Be sure to define the product's features and benefits in nebulous terms, the indistinct quality of which will not become evident until later.

3. Once the ink is dry on the contract, the new owner soon discovers those little specks of "fine print" that make what he bought something other than what he thought he was buying.

Caveat emptor, bitchez.

For those of you who are interested or might have missed it, here's my take on the whole unseemly matter:

http://www.gopbriefingroom.com/index.php/topic,118917.msg481531.html#msg481531
Liberalism isn't really about making the world a better place. It's about reassuring the elites that they are good people for wanting to rule over it.

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Re: Jonah Goldberg: Obama health lie freaks Dems
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2013, 04:00:09 PM »
In sales, it's called the "bait-and-switch":

1. Reel in the prospect with an attractive-sounding pitch for a product or service that seems too good to be true.

2. Be sure to define the product's features and benefits in nebulous terms, the indistinct quality of which will not become evident until later.

3. Once the ink is dry on the contract, the new owner soon discovers those little specks of "fine print" that make what he bought something other than what he thought he was buying.

Caveat emptor, bitchez.

For those of you who are interested or might have missed it, here's my take on the whole unseemly matter:

http://www.gopbriefingroom.com/index.php/topic,118917.msg481531.html#msg481531

Your take was great.  How about a photoshop of big brother emanuel as smeagol?
Why?  Well, because I'm a bastard, that's why.


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