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November 8, 2013
Want to be a Republican talking head? Now you can, thanks to this helpful internal House GOP memo acquired by the folks at Roll Call. It outlines in depth how good anti-Obama foot soldiers should go about demonizing the plan, and even contains a sample op-ed, presumably for Senators too lazy to write their own. The document also has a “fact sheet” with a lot of numbers in it; one number that’s missing is the percentage of Americans who actually support the GOP’s plan to repeal Obamacare (that would be 30 percent). source

Want to be a Republican talking head? Now you can, thanks to this helpful internal House GOP memo acquired by the folks at Roll Call. It outlines in depth how good anti-Obama foot soldiers should go about demonizing the plan, and even contains a sample op-ed, presumably for Senators too lazy to write their own. The document also has a “fact sheet” with a lot of numbers in it; one number that’s missing is the percentage of Americans who actually support the GOP’s plan to repeal Obamacare (that would be 30 percent). source

18:43 // 8 months ago
May 15, 2013
17:50 // 1 year ago
November 4, 2012
election:

Let’s not let politics tear us apart, OK? Seven talking points on family and politics.
To pull back the shade on my personal life a tad: Despite going out of my way to not touch the issue, politics has become so heated amongst family and friends that I’ve had to cut some people off entirely … at least until Wednesday. (I’ve had to block people from calling/texting my phone. It was that bad.) No matter who wins, my relationship shouldn’t change with these people. I blog about politics a lot, but when it comes to my friends and family, I would rather know about how their lives are going.
I was discussing this issue with some good friends last night, and how much it was stressing me out, because I don’t want to argue with people I really care about regarding politics. They mentioned hearing a report on NPR about this very issue, and how it was tearing apart families. This is wrong. And I want to help. [more]

My thoughts on defusing family/friend-related political drama. — Ernie @ SFB

election:

Let’s not let politics tear us apart, OK? Seven talking points on family and politics.

To pull back the shade on my personal life a tad: Despite going out of my way to not touch the issue, politics has become so heated amongst family and friends that I’ve had to cut some people off entirely … at least until Wednesday. (I’ve had to block people from calling/texting my phone. It was that bad.) No matter who wins, my relationship shouldn’t change with these people. I blog about politics a lot, but when it comes to my friends and family, I would rather know about how their lives are going.

I was discussing this issue with some good friends last night, and how much it was stressing me out, because I don’t want to argue with people I really care about regarding politics. They mentioned hearing a report on NPR about this very issue, and how it was tearing apart families. This is wrong. And I want to help. [more]

My thoughts on defusing family/friend-related political drama. — Ernie @ SFB

15:34 // 1 year ago