Next on the Alinsky list: Marco Rubio

From this,

Whether the Earth was created in 7 days, or 7 actual eras, I’m not sure we’ll ever be able to answer that. It’s one of the great mysteries.

to this,

Marco Rubio may be the future of the Republican Party, but his views on science appear to be stuck somewhere in the seventeenth century.

The “crazy-ing” of Marco Rubio begins; indeed, Liberals Begin Their War on Marco Rubio.

Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.

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One Response to “Next on the Alinsky list: Marco Rubio”

  1. IGotBupkis, Legally Defined Cyberbully in All 57 States Says:

    Here’s the quote you need to put there following that, to show what SHOULD be said if the media wasn’t biased as F***:
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    I think the bigger challenge that we face, and that we continue to face, is that we have not done a good enough job of communicating to people what conservatism is. In fact, we’ve allowed a myth to take hold in the minds of some that conservatism is about helping the people who have “made it” and not about helping the people who are trying to make it. I think we have a very compelling argument, which happens to be true: the people who have made it, billionaires and multi-billion dollar corporations, they may not like big government, but they can afford to deal with it. They can hire the best lawyers in America and try to figure out the loopholes and the best lobbyists to create them. In fact, they use big government to their advantage. They’ll have regulations and rules written to hurt their competition. So, big government helps the people who have made it. It doesn’t help the people who are trying to make it, it crushes the people who are trying to make it. So, our challenge is, if we want free enterprise, limited government, and conservatism to be a viable and successful political movement in America, we’ve got to make that connection for people.