Skip to comments.Heritage Action a Better Measure of Conservatism Than American Conservative Union
Posted on 06/13/2014 1:24:54 PM PDT by Woodland
The learning curve for those who dont work in politics or who are relatively new to politics can be steep. Often that learning is never accomplished because of the time needed to digest the huge amount of data thats important. Even many people within the informed choir regularly misjudge things because theyre unfamiliar with the players behind the scenes. Personnel is policy is not a cliché, its a reality. There are organizations which are well known, have a great name and mission statement, but dont necessarily deserve the reputation they have.
RedState.coms Erick Erickson made an important point this week that those of us at BarbWire.com agree with wholeheartedly. Here is his entire short post from Tuesday:
The press, by habit, likes to fixate on the American Conservative Union and its scorecard. Its scorecard, which is produced in ways that always seem to help the party leadership, had Eric Cantor with a 95% rating. The press sees that and thinks conservatives must have lost their minds to oust Eric Cantor. Theyre eating their own.
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ACU went RINO some time ago.
Honestly we need acting tracing, Our political leaders must be able to look and sounds good like professional actors.
That is the only way we are going to speak over the press, and if we have to train them ourselves lets do it.
I dunno. Actors often come across woefully short of a full deck.
I think it’s a matter of understanding MSM tactics and knowing how to communicate through it with minimal distortion.
“I dunno. Actors often come across woefully short of a full deck.”
Not Actors, Acting training.
We need professional training in the art of making an impression, using Carasma, and speaking well. If we can find a few Good professional actors like Ronald Reagin that would be fantastic, but short of that we need to train what we have in those same skills.