Smears and Lies: A Democratic Party Opinion Primer

Basically:

– If an advertisement by Republicans uses on-the-record comments and votes by Democrats, it is a smear

– If an advertisement by Republicans is demonstrably true, it is a lie

– If an advertisement by Republicans is effctive, it is both a smear and a lie

– If an advertisement by Democrats ignores a Republican’s actual record, ignores a Republican’s actual accomplishments, or just makes sh*# up by claiming it was “tacitly” expressed, it is 100% truth and positive politics

– If an advertisement by Democrats is demonstrably a distortion, then the Republicans started it first

– If a Republican 527 group runs an ad, it’s divisive and negative politics, regardless of the ad’s accuracy

– If a Democratic 527 group runs an ad, it is the Voice of the People, regardless of the ad’s inaccuracy

– If an issue helps win votes for the Democratic Party, then it is an important issue that is vital to America’s well-being

– If an issue helps win votes for the Republican party, then it is a distraction from the “important” issues at best, and rank manipulation of stupid and/or ignorant small-town/blue-collar voters at worst

– Karl Rove is the Anti-Christ.  Except when Dick Cheney is.

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