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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Why John Hinderacker thinks Trump will win


From John Hinderacker at Power Line:
A company came out with a new dog food, and hired an advertising firm to promote the product. The ad agency placed commercials on television and ads in magazines; millions of dollars went into the campaign. The commercials and ads were first-rate, but still the dog food did not sell. The client called a meeting at the ad agency and demanded to know what had gone wrong.
After a moment of silence, the leader of the ad agency team explained: “The dogs don’t like it.”

12 comments:

  1. The writers at Powerline are the living embodyment of 'better late than never' in regards to Trump.

    Nice to see 'em on board. Pity they were only there when the going got less rough. They get to ride steerage, so far as I am concerned.

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    1. Problem is, at this point we don't need 'em.
      Don't come home, John. All is NOT forgiven.

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    2. They don't want to discuss immigration, race, or islam. St Cloud MN right down the road now has muzzies going on knife rampages and the Powerline guys will tell you by golly they support the Constitution.

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    3. They don't want to discuss immigration, race, or islam. St Cloud MN right down the road now has muzzies going on knife rampages and the Powerline guys will tell you by golly they support the Constitution.

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  2. 2 days before the election, the One True Ted will endorse.

    It will not, however, save him.

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  3. Them dogs don't like Hillary, either. Smart dogs they are.

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  4. You would think the female dogs would like her.

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    1. Hmm, you don't think they might be jealous of someone who does dog-face better than they do?

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  5. Once upon a time I enjoyed Powerline. No longer. Same with Legal Insurrection.

    There's something about law school that just twists people up so they don't know right from wrong, though they can parse "ethical," "principled," "standards" and go on for pages; it's understanding what these words mean that escapes them.

    BJ Clinton gave a perfect example: "It depends upon what the meaning of the word 'is' is." It doesn't depend on right and wrong at all, you see- that doesn't enter into it at all!

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    1. I am w you Esky. Same w Instapundit. Same w Mark Levin. They are spineless double talkers who hide behind their devotion to the Constitution IMHO to avoid discussing immigration, race, and 'free trade' shafting of American manufacturing. At least Levin is lovin' him some 'free trade' even if it hollows out our manufacturing core and our blue collar cities. In his narrow hardened mind, if it's 'free trade' it's gotta be good.

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    2. Reynolds over @ Instapundit is a good example of Esky's comments. He seems very much Levin, and Legal I. They will dissect that Constitution and tell you how much they know about it and how it underpins everything. They will make fun of the left. They will mouth support for 'free trade.' But on the big issues of race, immigration, trade negotiations, and islam, they cower. They are legal analysts but they are not patriotic leaders who support our culture. "Culture" also is a bad word for them. They get uncomfortable b/c the next thing you know, someone says "Christian" or "white" and then it's time to get back to Article 34.30.1002 and sterilize the conversation and where they have their expertise.

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