Thursday, December 1, 2011

Scott Olsen v. smooth-talking Frank Luntz

"I'm so scared of this anti-Wall Street effort. I'm frightened to death," said Frank Luntz, a Republican strategist and one of the nation's foremost experts on crafting the perfect political message. "They're having an impact on what the American people think of capitalism."
Luntz offered tips on how Republicans could discuss the grievances of the Occupiers, and help the governors better handle all these new questions from constituents about "income inequality" and "paying your fair share."
His ten new rules for how to talk about the issues are here.


  1. 10. Always blame Washington.

    Tell them, "You shouldn't be occupying Wall Street, you should be occupying Washington. You should occupy the White House because it's the policies over the past few years that have created this problem."

    Why doesn't Luntz realize Wall St owns the government? He probably knows, but playing the game is making him money as a Right-wing propagandist. Such filthy money can't be good for one's karma. When your propaganda takes lives, you become an enemy of the people and of the Earth. But don't you know this guy is on several outlets dealing out his misinformation. Out media is just as much to blame as Luntz. It's collusion at the highest levels.

  2. It's all about justice.

    Who gets it, and who doesn't.


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