Check out Carrie Lucking of the
Alliance For A Better Minnesota Ministry Of Truth, essentially admitting that Governor Dayton’s Jerbs Plan is exactly what I said it was – a sound bite that isn’t intended to pass the legislature, merely to give the DFL a chanting point designed to give the DFL something to wave in front of ill-informed voters this fall (“Look! The GOP voted down a jerbs program! They’re taking yer jerbs!”)
Can I call ’em or what?
The DFL has turned its entire messaging operation over to the “Alliance For A Better Minnesota”, which – as we showed in 2010 – is owned and operated by the unions and “The 1%”, liberal plutocrats with very deep pockets.
In the 2010 campaign, they raised lying, disingenuity, intellectual dishonesty and cowardice to amazing new levels. They are testimony to the liberal ideal that the ends justify your means – and the only end that matters is gaining and retaining power. Minnesota’s last gubernatorial election was swung entirely by the fact that ABM was able to find at least 8,000 Minnesotans who don’t read blogs and who took anything they heard from a mainstream media just would not, cou.
There is one rule to remember when reading or watching any ABM production; they are padding the facts, bludgeoning context. If they say it, it’s a lie – or at the very least, it’s wrong, and anyone who bothers to check knows it. If Denise Cardinal or Carrie Lucking (ABM’s current and former
executive directors stenos for Alita Messinger and Elliot Seid) tell you their names are Denise Cardinal and Carrie Lucking, double-check them. There is an oops buried in there somewhere. Not sure how, but bank on it.
Their ideal – and the mission for which they are so very well-paid – is to find the Big Lies that will spin the election, and tell them often enough so that just enough dim-witted and gullible Minnesotans buy it.
And this blog’s mission in this coming election is to make sure everyone with a brain to think knows exactly what ABM is; the Big Lie Factory. The DFL’s “Ministry Of Truth”
It’s what passes for messaging in the DFL these days. Bankrupt of any real ideas, it’s probably the best they can do.
Can Minnesota do better?
We’re 8,000 votes away.