Thursday, September 16, 2010

It's All About Marketing...

It’s all about marketing. First off, when nothing could have been further from the truth, Obama was sold to America and the world as a new kind of leader. His handlers promised us hope and change. They said he’d be a new kind of leader. One who could rise above petty political bipartisanship that had become the norm. He was sold as a man who would change the way things were done in Washington. Yep, marketing plain and simple.

Instead of terrorism, he brought us “man-made disasters.” We went from the “war on terror” to an “overseas contingency operation.” See how that works? Pretty cool, huh?

And now because of the fact that “global-cooling” from the 60’s and 70’s didn’t get the results the eco extremists were looking for they started calling it “global-warming.” That didn’t pan out so it was changed to “climate-change” and still not enough people fell for the doom and gloom they were selling, so they’ve decided to try it one more time.

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, I’d like to introduce you to the latest and greatest, extremist, marketing ploy. Welcome to the world of, “Global Climate Disruption,”

Yep, Obama, you know, they guy who’s lied to us ever since he came on the scene a couple years ago wants the public to start using the term every chance we get. Evidently he believes the new term, “Global Climate Disruption” will better suit his extreme views and better his chances to pass his coveted “Cap and Tax” redistribution scheme.

Man, this hope and change marketing strategy just keeps getting better…

Kevin McGinty

2 comments:

  1. I almost pity those climate change nitwits. They have gone from "human-induced global warming" to "global warming" to "climate change" to "global climate disruption." Eventually we will just get back to call it "weather."

    It's going to take a bit longer to dry up the flow of the billions of dollars it's slurping up right now.

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  2. Eventually we will get back to calling it the weather, indeed.

    Maybe, maybe not. As long as there are enough weak-minded people out there who believe all the doom and gloom predictions they're being spoon-fed, there will be a politician standing there promising to be the one who can fix it all.

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