How The Obamedia Will Try To Manipulate You

Less than 72 hours remain until the polls will close across the country, and we’re already getting plenty of messages intended to demoralize McCain supporters. DON’T LISTEN TO A WORD OF IT!

The model for this was set during the primaries… a great analysis and prediction of repeat offenses are described at the HillBuzz Blog.  It’s a great read if you have time, but the point of it that they will do anything to convince you to skip voting if you’re planning to vote for McCain.  Three core efforts (and tell me you haven’t seen this already) are:

  • Calls for McCain to just give up and quit, because the race is over
  • Wild claims of Obama winning states that shock and surprise you
  • Repeated insistence that blacks and young people will decide this election, and they are all going to vote in record numbers for Obama

The worst part of this is, the left wing news can make this sound like facts when they’re not.  All they need is SOMEONE to say something that fits the message they want to feed you, and they can just say “According to sources, Barack Obama has clinched Iowa” or “Young and Black voters in Texas have been voting in early balloting in droves”.  They can say that today and get away with it.  No one will challenge them, no one will stop them.

In our opinion, Obama and his media friends are desperate.  Don’t let them fool you.  Your vote is yours, it is precious, and we mean this sincerely: it doesn’t matter to us who you are voting for, VOTE, and vote your conscience, not what the media, not what your friends, not what your mother tells you.  Make your vote YOURS!

If you haven’t registered to vote, bring a utility bill or some such official mail piece to prove where you live so you can register at the polling place.

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About the Author

Mr. Smith is the Publisher of The Conservative Reader. He is Partner/Owner of Ambrosia Web Technology as well as a Systems Architect for Wells Fargo. Art hold a degree in Computer Science from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, and is a political blogger at the Des Moines Register. Art's views are purely his own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Wells Fargo.

 

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