Marc Pocan: No lukewarm slingshot in Benghazi; Gov. Christie losing

We’ve had months of deflection by the Obama administration Photo: shelf3d.com

MILLINOCKET, Maine, May 12, 2013 ― Rep. Mark Pocan, Wisconsin Democrat, used the 5th rule of Alinsky’s power tactics (Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counteract ridicule). He expressed his doubt that there was anything compelling about Wednesday’s hearings on Benghazi. 

Rep Pocan stated, “I don’t think there’s a smoking gun today. I don’t think there’s a lukewarm slingshot.


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A cutesy way of suggesting there is no evidence of a cover up by the administration or the State Department.

Saul Alinsky also taught deflection on the issues as well as discounting and embarrassing personalities and sources. We’ve had months of deflection by the Obama administration, so now we will see the inevitable discounting and attempts to embarrass those who are testifying about Benghazi.  

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JMB

 

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