Monday, August 23, 2004

Tired of Vietnam...

I’m not sure who originally said it, but it rings true: In public relations or politics, if you repeat something enough times, it becomes true.

This is increasingly apparent with the way Kerry’s band of misfits is responding to the swiftboat ads. Repeat over and over that the 250 swift boat vets who oppose Kerry’s grab towards the presidency are lying while the 13 who support Kerry are telling the truth, and sure enough, people will start to believe it.

Kerry’s latest ad turns the election debate at this point into little more than a high tech snowball fight:

You started it.
No, you did.
Nuh uh, you did.

Lets let the campaigns deal with the Vietnam issue … we need to stick to the issues most important to us in this election. For me, that continues to be the War on Terror and our National Security, followed by a reduction in the size of the federal government and continued relief from oppressive taxes. When you talk to someone about the election or the President, steer your conversation in the direction of those issues that are most important to you and explain why you think George W. Bush is the only candidate who can meet those needs.

As an aside, I’m all out of bumper stickers for a while … which is great: it means there are 100 bumper stickers out there driving around the Miami Valley that we’ve mailed out. I just ordered some more, but I’m not sure how long it’ll take them to come in.

Also, President Bush will be in Troy this Saturday. Bring the kids ... bring your signs, be there or be square.

Finally, I've been guest blogging over at Ohio for Bush a little bit. Head on over there and take a look; not to see more of my lousy writing, but to see the posts and information from the other, more talented bloggers there.


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