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  • A question about an observation of the liberal political strategy? | Political Campaign Strategy
    your question seemed to denegrate Democrats for listening to the voices of the little people as opposed to the Republicans who represents the Big Business interests Our politicians ARE supposed to listen to homosexuals environmentalists African Americans it s who makes up the country References yeah but we all are Commented on March 24 2011 at 1 37 pm Reply Well since I think your question is based on a false premise probably because you re a republican who needs some talking points I d have to say you re not paying attention and are watching too much Fox Noise References RAGE Commented on March 24 2011 at 1 59 pm Reply I think it will work after the last six years of helping Iraqis and never ending war the country is ready to invest in America and Americans again References Don W Commented on March 24 2011 at 2 20 pm Reply This is the very essence of America Small groups comprise larger groups that form societies and thus civilization To at least acknowledge and address the problems and situations of various minorities one addresses the problems of all for the reflection of one is seen in the response of the masses It s the needs and welfare of the average American that conjure the image of our Democracy The citizen shouldn t serve the government but the government should serve the citizen This is why politicians might in reality still think of themselves as public servants instead of egotistical tyrants References brian Commented on March 24 2011 at 2 36 pm Reply the democrats used to have the people concerned with civil liberties then they voted on sunday to flush them down the toilet anyone who is a 1 issue voter over abortion will vote dem anyone who thinks affirmative action is a good idea dem as you mentioned global warming etc in favor for the dems is that a lot of the people who feel strongly about one issue either don t care about others or feel the same way about them that is the eco friendly people don t care about affirmative action or they strongly support it even if you didn t like it the republicans are so NOT green the new fad term that you d be willing to sacrifice so the dems shouldn t have much of a problem nearly everyone feels strongly about something it s just a question of how strong References Dan W Commented on March 24 2011 at 3 15 pm Reply It could work because the liberal news media have a way of creating a perception that EVERYONE cares about issues the libs address Somehow they make their viewers listeners readers think that since EVERYONE cares about these issues you should too Look at global warming as an example Somehow the idea has been planted in people s heads that the only people out there who thinks it s a hoax are few and far between and that

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  • A question about an observation of the liberal political strategy? | Political Campaign Strategy
    question seemed to denegrate Democrats for listening to the voices of the little people as opposed to the Republicans who represents the Big Business interests Our politicians ARE supposed to listen to homosexuals environmentalists African Americans it s who makes up the country References yeah but we all are Commented on March 24 2011 at 1 37 pm Reply Well since I think your question is based on a false premise probably because you re a republican who needs some talking points I d have to say you re not paying attention and are watching too much Fox Noise References RAGE Commented on March 24 2011 at 1 59 pm Reply I think it will work after the last six years of helping Iraqis and never ending war the country is ready to invest in America and Americans again References Don W Commented on March 24 2011 at 2 20 pm Reply This is the very essence of America Small groups comprise larger groups that form societies and thus civilization To at least acknowledge and address the problems and situations of various minorities one addresses the problems of all for the reflection of one is seen in the response of the masses It s the needs and welfare of the average American that conjure the image of our Democracy The citizen shouldn t serve the government but the government should serve the citizen This is why politicians might in reality still think of themselves as public servants instead of egotistical tyrants References brian Commented on March 24 2011 at 2 36 pm Reply the democrats used to have the people concerned with civil liberties then they voted on sunday to flush them down the toilet anyone who is a 1 issue voter over abortion will vote dem anyone who thinks affirmative action is a good idea dem as you mentioned global warming etc in favor for the dems is that a lot of the people who feel strongly about one issue either don t care about others or feel the same way about them that is the eco friendly people don t care about affirmative action or they strongly support it even if you didn t like it the republicans are so NOT green the new fad term that you d be willing to sacrifice so the dems shouldn t have much of a problem nearly everyone feels strongly about something it s just a question of how strong References Dan W Commented on March 24 2011 at 3 15 pm Reply It could work because the liberal news media have a way of creating a perception that EVERYONE cares about issues the libs address Somehow they make their viewers listeners readers think that since EVERYONE cares about these issues you should too Look at global warming as an example Somehow the idea has been planted in people s heads that the only people out there who thinks it s a hoax are few and far between and that it

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  • A question about an observation of the liberal political strategy? | Political Campaign Strategy
    your question seemed to denegrate Democrats for listening to the voices of the little people as opposed to the Republicans who represents the Big Business interests Our politicians ARE supposed to listen to homosexuals environmentalists African Americans it s who makes up the country References yeah but we all are Commented on March 24 2011 at 1 37 pm Reply Well since I think your question is based on a false premise probably because you re a republican who needs some talking points I d have to say you re not paying attention and are watching too much Fox Noise References RAGE Commented on March 24 2011 at 1 59 pm Reply I think it will work after the last six years of helping Iraqis and never ending war the country is ready to invest in America and Americans again References Don W Commented on March 24 2011 at 2 20 pm Reply This is the very essence of America Small groups comprise larger groups that form societies and thus civilization To at least acknowledge and address the problems and situations of various minorities one addresses the problems of all for the reflection of one is seen in the response of the masses It s the needs and welfare of the average American that conjure the image of our Democracy The citizen shouldn t serve the government but the government should serve the citizen This is why politicians might in reality still think of themselves as public servants instead of egotistical tyrants References brian Commented on March 24 2011 at 2 36 pm Reply the democrats used to have the people concerned with civil liberties then they voted on sunday to flush them down the toilet anyone who is a 1 issue voter over abortion will vote dem anyone who thinks affirmative action is a good idea dem as you mentioned global warming etc in favor for the dems is that a lot of the people who feel strongly about one issue either don t care about others or feel the same way about them that is the eco friendly people don t care about affirmative action or they strongly support it even if you didn t like it the republicans are so NOT green the new fad term that you d be willing to sacrifice so the dems shouldn t have much of a problem nearly everyone feels strongly about something it s just a question of how strong References Dan W Commented on March 24 2011 at 3 15 pm Reply It could work because the liberal news media have a way of creating a perception that EVERYONE cares about issues the libs address Somehow they make their viewers listeners readers think that since EVERYONE cares about these issues you should too Look at global warming as an example Somehow the idea has been planted in people s heads that the only people out there who thinks it s a hoax are few and far between and that

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  • A question about an observation of the liberal political strategy? | Political Campaign Strategy
    question seemed to denegrate Democrats for listening to the voices of the little people as opposed to the Republicans who represents the Big Business interests Our politicians ARE supposed to listen to homosexuals environmentalists African Americans it s who makes up the country References yeah but we all are Commented on March 24 2011 at 1 37 pm Reply Well since I think your question is based on a false premise probably because you re a republican who needs some talking points I d have to say you re not paying attention and are watching too much Fox Noise References RAGE Commented on March 24 2011 at 1 59 pm Reply I think it will work after the last six years of helping Iraqis and never ending war the country is ready to invest in America and Americans again References Don W Commented on March 24 2011 at 2 20 pm Reply This is the very essence of America Small groups comprise larger groups that form societies and thus civilization To at least acknowledge and address the problems and situations of various minorities one addresses the problems of all for the reflection of one is seen in the response of the masses It s the needs and welfare of the average American that conjure the image of our Democracy The citizen shouldn t serve the government but the government should serve the citizen This is why politicians might in reality still think of themselves as public servants instead of egotistical tyrants References brian Commented on March 24 2011 at 2 36 pm Reply the democrats used to have the people concerned with civil liberties then they voted on sunday to flush them down the toilet anyone who is a 1 issue voter over abortion will vote dem anyone who thinks affirmative action is a good idea dem as you mentioned global warming etc in favor for the dems is that a lot of the people who feel strongly about one issue either don t care about others or feel the same way about them that is the eco friendly people don t care about affirmative action or they strongly support it even if you didn t like it the republicans are so NOT green the new fad term that you d be willing to sacrifice so the dems shouldn t have much of a problem nearly everyone feels strongly about something it s just a question of how strong References Dan W Commented on March 24 2011 at 3 15 pm Reply It could work because the liberal news media have a way of creating a perception that EVERYONE cares about issues the libs address Somehow they make their viewers listeners readers think that since EVERYONE cares about these issues you should too Look at global warming as an example Somehow the idea has been planted in people s heads that the only people out there who thinks it s a hoax are few and far between and that it

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  • How to write a campaign strategy? | Political Campaign Strategy
    The candidate will speak at a dinner which costs 50 per person in 2 weeks Spread the word We will hold a Voter Registration at the local Senior Center on Monday One Comment on How to write a campaign strategy Ed Atun Commented on February 22 2011 at 4 04 am Reply It is a rallying cry There will be a discussion meeting at 1pm at the local high school cafeteria when students are gone We will be standing on the major street corners with big election signs at 4 6pm today We will set up a time for the candidate to be interviewed by Channel 5 tomorrow A rally will be held for supporters at the Town Park at noon Saturday Invite everyone The candidate will speak at a dinner which costs 50 per person in 2 weeks Spread the word We will hold a Voter Registration at the local Senior Center on Monday References Leave a Reply to Ed Atun Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Home Political Market Research and Surveys Grassroots Campaign Social Media Buzz Building Search Engine Marketing Online Advertising Political Email Marketing Multi Channel Press Release Distribution About Us Contact Us More News Your Political Goals Are Our Goals These days no campaign has a ghost of a chance Ron Paul has a good chance to win nomination said Republican Strategist Burkman Are you jealous he even said that all others don t have a single How do you become a political strategist consultant What is the path to this career How hard is Political Sci and History majors What are some strategies when reading college level history books I have problems comprehending scholarly history books I believe that Political Strategy The Un decided Vote is

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  • Where does the political concept that your greatest weakness is also your greatest strength originate? | Political Campaign Strategy
    January 27 2011 at 8 48 pm Reply It s some kind of either Zen Buddhist or Art of War cliche I remember being taught that way way back when I took Kung Fu References Leave a Reply to vangion Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Home Political Market Research and Surveys Grassroots Campaign Social Media Buzz Building Search Engine Marketing Online Advertising Political Email Marketing Multi Channel Press Release Distribution About Us Contact Us More News Your Political Goals Are Our Goals These days no campaign has a ghost of a chance Ron Paul has a good chance to win nomination said Republican Strategist Burkman Are you jealous he even said that all others don t have a single How do you become a political strategist consultant What is the path to this career How hard is Political Sci and History majors What are some strategies when reading college level history books I have problems comprehending scholarly history books I believe that Political Strategy The Un decided Vote is at 20 History shows the Un decided vote Is Obama s campaign against the rich a good political strategy or a sign

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  • How would direct election of the president affect the power of racial minorities in the United States? | Political Campaign Strategy
    their campaigning strategy to appeal to these types of voters They could no longer rely on southern and midwestern states to carry them to the White House One Comment on How would direct election of the president affect the power of racial minorities in the United States Jim Commented on October 30 2010 at 6 38 pm Reply Without an electoral college large urban centers would benefit and rural states and regions would suffer This would most likely benefit minorities and liberals as they tend to be found in greater numbers in big cities like New York Chicago and Los Angeles Republican candidates would have to modify their campaigning strategy to appeal to these types of voters They could no longer rely on southern and midwestern states to carry them to the White House References Leave a Reply to Jim Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Home Political Market Research and Surveys Grassroots Campaign Social Media Buzz Building Search Engine Marketing Online Advertising Political Email Marketing Multi Channel Press Release Distribution About Us Contact Us More News Your Political Goals Are Our Goals These days no campaign has a ghost of a chance Ron Paul has a good chance to win nomination said Republican Strategist Burkman Are you jealous he even said that all others don t have a single How do you become a political strategist consultant What is the path to this career How hard is Political Sci and History majors What are some strategies when reading college level history books I have problems comprehending scholarly history books I believe that Political Strategy The Un decided Vote is at 20 History shows the Un decided vote Is Obama s campaign against the rich a good political strategy or a sign

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  • What is the best strategy to launch a political campaign in a local district.? | Political Campaign Strategy
    Commented on October 7 2010 at 5 50 am Reply Do a neighborhood survey to find out what are the issues that are important to the people Be ready to anticipate the most common questions and have a super answer ready Find out who would be willing to hold a coffee hour for neighbors that they know and make yourself known during the coffee hour Keep finding friendly ways to get known in your neighborhood You should become known as a person who really has answers not just another one who bellyaches References greenedoug Commented on October 7 2010 at 6 21 am Reply Tom Vilsac the governor of Iowa who is also exploring the waters for a 2008 presidential race started his career going door to door but rather than a brochure he gave out a blank sheet of paper asking what issues were on their mind It worked So get to know your district go ask tons of open questions Listening in politics is a lost art Write your local papers on what your listening discovers Ask for help Create a simple web pages with some interactivity built it Collect as many email addresses as you can Avoid negativity Only solutions solve problems Engage the fringes and the center Listen Listen Listen References Leave a Reply to Some Dude Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Home Political Market Research and Surveys Grassroots Campaign Social Media Buzz Building Search Engine Marketing Online Advertising Political Email Marketing Multi Channel Press Release Distribution About Us Contact Us More News Your Political Goals Are Our Goals These days no campaign has a ghost of a chance Ron Paul has a good chance to win nomination said Republican Strategist Burkman Are you jealous he even

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