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Sticking A Fork In Obama’s New Strategy

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Posted on February 15 2010 2:54 pm
Liz Blaine is a financial analyst, author and freelance writer on finance, economics and politics. Follow her on Twitter and her blog Liz Blaine.
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Repeat the lie often enough and people will believe it. Taking a cue from the Democrat playbook, the White House is preparing to kick communications propaganda into overdrive to spread their message in 2010. Apparently 158 interviews during Obama’s first year wasn’t enough face time for the Campaigner-In-Chief. Let’s face it, only 90 were on TV.

The Washington Post reports President Obama’s new strategy campaign will have four planks:

First, “Return to the disciplined messaging that was a hallmark of the 2008 campaign, in which unhelpful themes were filtered out in favor of topics that advanced the candidate’s goals.” [Translation: We didn’t ask your opinion.]

Second, “Quicker, more aggressive response to GOP attacks on the president and his policies.” [Translation: Racist, racist, racist!]

Third, “The image of Obama standing in the Diplomatic Room surrounded by men in dark suits will be replaced, as often as possible, by scenes of a more relaxed president in crowds.” [Translation: Obama needs more face time.]

Fourth, the White House will seek to once again seize the theme of “change.” [Translation: Time to mesmerize the little people into projecting their desires onto Obama’s ‘blank slate’ since it worked so well in 2008]

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