Thursday, July 26, 2012

A Study for That

"We agree with the other side. We shouldn't be lumped in with the stupid people just because we claim to be the good guys. We went to school and believed all that self-serving hype so we would not be stupid anymore. We bought and payed for our non-stupid license."

"The value of calling out bad behavior without reference to who is responsible for a single instance is, often, strategically effective. The opposition may have to admit to something they would rather not in order to retaliate."

Changing the frame in the middle of the discussion should be rejected immediately. Conversations are better than well-funded messaging, most of the time.

Rewarding the academically entitled on condition they do not look deeper can keep a diversion alive. That is until the sell-out is adequately exposed. K street is famous in part for this activity.

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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