Skip to comments.DNC operatives looking for "slip ups"? read on....
Posted on 07/03/2010 6:26:00 PM PDT by taildragger
Folks heads up, In a phone call I was made aware of a situation today with a Candidate running for the House.
According to those their, ( the conservatives) they were asked to be on their best behavior. Apperently the "operative" was also taking pictures of volunteers looking for "slip ups" as I have been told.
The question is are they that desperate they are doing a reverse Brietbart?
But the Bigger question is, is the DNC doing this nationwide?
What do you tea party types hear?
The folks I spoke with thought it was local, but my gut feel was it was a "DNC" cabal, I was right.
I"ll give them a heads up...
It was all over the news the other day.
Yeah, spread the news to anyone who’s interested and will listen!
I don’t expect any conservatives to go STARK raving psycho and say anything terrible.
Since the left has made no bones about making this an official party program the RNC should follow suit and establish a website tracking all democrat politicians and candidates as well and then uploading video, audio and transcripts of their outlandish behavior and statements.
To be honest, I don't have a problem with politicians from both parties being under scrutiny...but I do think the RNC should make it a full blown program just as the democrats have.
What’s the worst that can happen?
Wyden in Oregon has a tracker for his opponent, Huffman. She’s very well fed from what I hear....and hides her camera around her belly....
Here are a few “macaca moments” for them.
Be polite and controlled and persuasive.
Like your momma raised you.
Could someone translate this for me?
Looking for another MACACCA MOMENT??? Typical LIEberal playbook. What else have they got when they cannot run on their record?
Could someone translate this for me?
The dems have already realized that the issues aren’t their friends this year. That’s always the case, but even more so now.
So they are looking for distractions, mistakes made by Republican candidates that they hope will become the issue. Like, for example, if a Republican candidate would state mistakenly that their were 57 states and only 50 varieties of Heinz pickles, that *should* be proof that the GOP guy is unqualified. The dems will seek to publicize those kinds of slipups to the max
I know that Tim Walberg has been killing the leftard loons with kindness. Calling them “spirited, boisterous, and vocal” while welcoming them to hear what he has to say. He’s really quite unflappable considering the fact he knows he’s a target.
Frankly, if I was approached, I’d just ask, ‘Hey, tell me fella, what’s on that non-existent budget your democrats just deemed as passed. You got any clue what’s on it? NO? Well, me either. Wonder what they’re doing with all that money they’re borrowing from China? You do realize the government is broke and it will take several generations to pay back all those loans, even if they took the government’s whole income every year for the next five years, they’d still be broke, don’t cha know.’
What is the RATs definition of a slip up? They could just manufacture a slip up, whatever that maybe by their own standards, and attempt to turn it into a full blown crisis.
What about Michael Steele? Oh wait, he’s not running for anything is he? And he’s certainly not a conservative!
DemOperatives are following GOP candidates looking for “gotcha” moments that can be exploited for ads, or asking questions to do the same.
Standard ops is to "plant" a troublemaker. Then the fascist enemedia does the palisimian propaganda routine.
Not new behavior. We had a Dem operative with a video cam who shadowed our US Senate candidate everywhere in 2006. Campaign staff introduced themselves, got the guy’s name and checked his background. From then on, our candidate would welcome the tracker by name from the microphone at every meeting, introduce him to the audience and explain that the operative records every meeting, apparently looking for slip-ups. Our candidate would usually extend sympathy for the guy, who must have the most sad and boring job in the world, and continue that if someone thought the effort worth paying for, he was fine with that.
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