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Conservative Marketing Employs “Liberal” Tactics

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

Conservative marketing gets its name from the affiliation of the campaigns it markets.  The marketing tactics that conservative marketing agencies employ are anything but conservative.  While respecting the conservative ideals of the client, these marketing agencies use open-minded and modern advertising tactics to get the message of the republican campaign heard by all walks of […]

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Republican Marketing Garners Votes, Votes, Votes

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

Republican marketing agencies live for this simple powerful word. Votes. It’s what republican marketing teams work to achieve every hour of every day.  Not for themselves, but for the conservative campaigns they represent.  They believe in maintaining the plurality of the word.  “Vote” is inadequate.  “Votes” is the only way to become elected.  Political marketing […]

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What are your thoughts in these quote from a former Republican President?

Posted on December 26th, 2011 by admin1

Teddy Roosevelt: "Just as the special interest of cotton and slavery had threaten the nations integrity before the civil war, so now the great special business interest who often control and corrupt the men and methods of government for their own profit." "The Constitution does not give the right of suffrage to any corporation. The […]

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How much do you suppose these Femme Fatale’s are awarded by their Republican benefactors?

Posted on November 22nd, 2011 by admin1

There was the dirt poor Paula Jones who was found driving a pricey Mercedes shortly after the debacle. Obviously they are bought and sold like chattel on the Republican market for disinformation. I was referring to the more recent leg spreading events that have taken up so much valuable media time. What? Am I a […]

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What do voters perceive , when government leaders market the Republican party as the “Party of NO ” ?

Posted on October 22nd, 2011 by admin1

It reminds me of parents telling the their toddlers " No " . No you can’t put scissors in your mouth . I see the Democrat party as the toddlers and the Republicans acting like parents . They think ‘Wow it’s about time someone said no’.

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What did the markets think of the Republican’s austerity measures?

Posted on August 21st, 2011 by admin1

Do they think there will be growth going forward? In recent days the markets said a big Nope! The S&P is planning to downgrade America’s credit today, let’s see what Monday brings. I’m expecting the markets to plummet

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Is the Republican free-market philosophy just what Jesus had in mind all along?

Posted on July 4th, 2011 by admin1

Jesus had no interest in markets. He was interested in the hearts and souls of men and women. If you understood Christianity, you would understand how ridiculous your question is. He made it clear, "an elephant has a better chance of squeezing through a pin hole than a rich man has in getting into heaven […]

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Can the Republican Party survive without Sarah Palin in the White House?

Posted on May 30th, 2011 by admin1

Or will the Republican party once again follow in the footsteps of the Democrat marketing system by choosing a young unknown politician? The Republican party might not have survived Bush. Palin is even more inept. The only people that like her are people as dumb as she is, namely Conservative Republicans.

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What is the Stock Market Performance under Republican Presidents? Do the Democrats Fair Much Better?

Posted on April 22nd, 2011 by admin1

Reference Links needed. http://economy-research-101.blogspot.com/ One paragraph or more is appreciated. http://wConventional wisdom in the United States suggests that stock returns are better when a Republican president is in office. This belief is fostered by the Grand Old Party’s traditionally pro-business, anti-tax platform. Democrats, on the other hand, are traditionally associated with an anti-business, tax-and-spend platform […]

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If the Republican party stands for a deregulated market,what does Mc cain stand for?

Posted on March 23rd, 2011 by admin1

I am confused about what the Republican party stands for since their candidate doesn’t even support his own. The Republican party does stand for deregulation. McCain stands for McCain. McCain is proposing regulation for Real Estate and Banking because he thinks that’s what will get him elected. The Conservative party is going to support that […]

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