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Our founding fathers didn’t set up our government with the intention that opposing parties would agree with the other side, but instead to disagree.  The system is set up so those in control gets to make the policies and the laws that support them.

So it’s not set up to give in to the opponent’s views, but to indoctrinate and convince them and all voters to agree with their views, and vote for them.

Bipartisanship is a term invented by politicians to make the voters believe that they are anxious to cooperate with the politicians on the other side of the isle. – That they are tolerant of the other sides views and in particular their feelings.

This is a tactic that both sides play to reach the “touchy feebly” voters. – It works particularly well with low information voters. And in the last election they decided the winners and losers.

I have to admit that I have a tendency to be one of those “touchy feely” voters, but I try to allow facts and common sense to determine how I evaluate the circumstances.

I’m sure that some conservative politicians believe that tolerance and bipartisanship is an honorable way to conduct business – and everybody wants to at least look like the good guy — but to a liberal, bipartisanship and tolerance means that their opponents must relent to their views and vote with them. THEY NEVER RELENT.

But wait a minute, didn’t Democratic Senators Mark Begich of Alaska and Mark Pryor vote with the Republicans to defeat legislation on gun control?

And the President is furious. Not so much that he lost the vote. – He and everyone else knew that was probable. But he wanted it to be defeated in the Republican controlled House so that he could blame them for the defeat.

But being defeated in the Democrat controlled Senate took the issue away from them. I’m sure that the President and his friends wanted gun control – but the primary tactic was to create a situation that could be used to construct talking points and catch phrases that would paint the Republicans as –mean-spirited — the party of no – racist – and all the other negatives they’ve successfully used to indoctrinate the general public.

So, with so much pressure from the President and their liberal partners, why did Senators Mark Begich and Mark Pryor vote with the Republicans to defeat legislation on gun control,? – Because they wanted to get re-elected.

The definition of indoctrinate is “to teach with a biased or one-sided ideology.” — And the voters in their districts have been indoctrinated and  convinced that the constitution is right and they have a right to bear arms. They WILL NOT vote for a politician they believe will take that right from them.

There may be a very narrow window for compromise on some issues. But I did not send my representatives to Washington to compromise on my values.

If they vote in favor of abortion – I will not vote to re-elect them.

If they vote for gay rights — I will not vote to re-elect them.

If they don’t support traditional marriage — I will not vote to re-elect them.

I DON’T EXPECT MY SIDE TO COMPROMISE – OR DO I EXPECT THE OTHER SIDE TO COMPROMISE.

So, indoctrinating the general population on conservative policies is critical if we want to win elections.

The only way to change the failed direction this nation is moving towards, is to gain control of all three branches of government. However, we can take away some of the Presidents power if we can win the mid-term elections. – And that is critical.

INDOCTRINATION OF CONSERVATIVE PRINCIPLES MUST START NOW!

Indoctrination takes time, and the conservatives don’t have much of it.

The only way to overcome the indoctrination of liberal policies is to explain the conservative policies in a way that liberals and low information voters will understand and desire to make them a part of their lives.

And then saturate their minds to a greater degree than the liberals do.

The conservatives are far from that right now.

At this moment they should be organizing a group that can develop talking points and catch phrases that will both define the President and his partners and explain the positive conservative policies.

They should then use a tactic I call “flash mobbing” to saturate the general public. Read Flash Mob Tactics for details.

The group should then schedule Conservative politicians to appear on as many TV and radio stations as possible, being careful that each one uses the same talking points, including the same catch phrases.

They need to do this every day until election time.

Those that can’t appear on national shows will try to get on their local stations.

The liberal mainstream media may reject their offer, but the local stations will stand on their heads to get them. This will also provide them with an opportunity to reach the liberal and low information audience.

By coordinating the “talking points”, the people in Texas will be hearing the same  “talking points” as the people in Ohio. And the same as on the national stations. – And In the same time frame.

Participants will realize the advantages of “face and name recognition” when the elections come around.

Messaging through the airwaves would save millions in ads.

This has been the liberal playbook for years– and it works.

The liberals have out-smarted, and out worked the conservatives.

If the conservative politicians don’t organize and innate this flash mob tactic, they will lose the mid-term elections.

I would like to encourage you to join the “Media Flash Mob” team today.

If you have time to spend 15 minutes or more a day on social networking – Then I promise you, I can make it easy for you to make a difference using less time. — Maybe once or twice a week.

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