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Isome Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-28-03 07:21 PM
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6. Which approach is truly most effective?
I'd have to answer your question with a quesion: look around you and tell me which approach is most effective? Is it the mealy-mouthed approach we've (Democrats) have taken thus far unnecessarily conceding distorted points of an issue the rethugs highlight and then taking a scattershot approach to defending our stance? Or, is it the take-no-prisoners tactic of the GOP repeating a lie until the lie is all the public remembers?

The beauty of it for us is that we won't have to lie, not even by omission, because the truth is the perfect weapon to bludgeon them mercilessly about the head and shoulders.
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