Wednesday, January 05, 2011

How the GOP should respond to Obama/liberal agenda

And if they can be this adorable about it, I think we may have a winner.

...and, to anticipate sourpuss response: the model here — insofar as there is any serious "point" is winsome resoluteness. The full response must be, "Not that, but this; and here's why."

Which the GOP has been doing all along, MSM/Dem-propaganda-machine to the contrary notwithstanding.


Robert said...

"Which the GOP has been doing all along, MSM/Dem-propaganda-machine to the contrary notwithstanding."

You mean that "the party of no" is just a MSM/Dem-propaganda tool? /sarcasm

It is amazing to me how many times I have seen people comment on the Republicans by using that term. Sheep without a shepherd...or a false one. (Or zombies)

Mike Westfall said...

We'll see, but I have a feeling that the Democrats are now the party of "No!"

DaveS said...

Second time I've seen the word "winsome" used in the last few days. First time was by Mark Driscoll in his book, Doctrine, where he said we need to be able to winsomely defend the doctrine of the trinity. Not that I disagree with that, or Dan, but I can honestly say that whether Driscoll or the republicans, "winsome" is probably the last word that comes to mind.

lee n. field said...

So cute. I'm guessing that's his total vocabulary right now.

DJP said...

...and probably the word he hears most often.

RealityCheck said...

“Is there anything you like?”


Oh contraire my dear… you definitely like to say no-no!

Absolutely precious Dan… thanks!

Oh, btw… I’m right there with you in hoping the GOP realizes the position of power they happen to be in… but I know that neither you nor I will be holding our breath. ;-)

Happy New Year!

Toyin O. said...

Cute video, thanks for sharing:)