Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Liberal Communication Strategy

Today's poll question; to which historical example would you compare the Liberals communication strategy? They seemed to be very upset at having their campaign techniques compared to the Nazi Propaganda Ministry. If that was inappropriate (I understand, if it is "too soon" for WWII references), then which of these many historical examples would have been more appropriate? Personally, I believe the Liberal leader's office operates much more comparable to the Soviet Union and the Bolsheviks who carried out the Russian revolution than Nazi Germany. I also disagree that comparing current strategy to historical examples represents any kind of "gross slander". Left wingers are certainly wired to compare Conservatives to Nazis, so it is odd that they would be so offended when they are treated as they are inclined to treat others.


  1. Your left out Cher Horowitz from the movie Clueless in 1995.

    I think their communication strategy is all over the map with demanding spending than attacking it and then calling for more.

    I can't describe how many times they have failed to capitalize on a mistake and followed up with self-inflicted wounds.

  2. Liberals, propaganda? Nazis? Say it ain't so. Actually this summers "Sitzkrieg bus assault" on every Timmies, bus stop and community bar-b-que in Canada, well.... not so good Der Fuhrer Ignatieff was not vell received by da peasants. But we have a zecret vepon Justin and his man-purse, be afraid be very afraid!