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- The American Population Have Willfully Become Immoral Idiots
- You Can Have "Faith" in Jesus or Mohammed: I Believe in Bugs Bunny!
- The Time has Come to Speak of Many Things; of Fools and Tips and WikiLeaks; of Cabbageheads and the Fall of kings
- How to Reform Politics: What Your Politician Will Never Tell You
- How to Politically Motivate the Moderate Majority
- Voting Public is Asking – Why is My Leader, My Enemy?
- How to Recognize the Assassin’s of the Mind
- Who is Right vs. What is Right: Finding Solutions Instead of Being Part of the Problem
- Leftists and Right-wingers conspire against constitutional government
- Forget Faith in Jesus or Mohammad – I Believe in Bugs Bunny
Politically Motivating The Moderate Majority:
The Art of The Possible
Are you a Democrat or a Republican or a member of a powerless Independent Party?
Is it possible to have an effective political voice not bound by group-think?
In this era of partisan domination of virtually all media how can moderate voices be heard above the din of the self-serving, power hungry wolves-in-sheep‘s-clothing on all “sides” of every debate?
Partisans, Left and Right, seem far more concerned with securing and maintaining power than with serving any public duty.
Their interests are not in problems solved, or compromises reached; a polarized and hostile populace is their goal; indeed, a full-blown “Culture War” is their promised land.
The partisans of the Left and Right profit from a black and white worldview; they prefer the public, especially moderates, to see the political world like this:
This polarized viewpoint causes a distortion in the efforts of the various moderate pundits and politicians; mis-aiming their marketing efforts thusly:
Reality however does not conform to partisan convenience; this graphic more accurately reflects the spectrum nature of the body politic.
The problem with moderate marketing is that most of the effort is spent on a politically mushy middle; too uncommitted, too uncaring or just too eager to see all sides to ever take any side.
This graphic displays a more effective allocation for moderates; Citizens of BOTH parties who are on the independent side of the mainstreams are more likely to vote and seek a more potent political voice; most not being satisfied with the “party-Line”.
Sometimes a simple paradigm shift can make the difference between a slow defeat and a driving victory.
The question is, will moderates squander their efforts on an ineffectual “middle” or spend their bucks where the bang is, at the middle edge of BOTH parties.
A Guy DeWhitney/Heretics Crusade Production