That Didn't Take Long: Inversion Narrative Appears the Day After
To cut funding to ridiculous and unnecessary operations. To rein in spending. To extend the tax cuts for everyone. To promote business, especially small business. They need to stay away from the "wedge issue" traps that the leftists will set for them, as they always do. And they need to take their argument directly to the people.
For the first time since Reagan, the Republicans actually have some communicators on their team. Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, Kevin McCarthy are the Young Guns. Marco Rubio is now in the lineup. Tim Pawlenty, Mike Pence, Chris Christie and Mitch Daniels are sure voices able to articulate and deliver a very clear and strong message. This has been sorely lacking in the Old Republican Party. No longer.
Compromise for compromise’s sake is a fool’s errand. The “communitarian organizers network” media will, of course, work the Inverse Narrative that Republicans are going to be “too strident” with this new incoming group, that the Tea Party and Sarah Palin are “dangerous” and will lurch the party too far to the right. They will put up every strawman possible for Obama/Reid to try to knock down. As the propaganda arm of the left, they will do all they can to chip away at the people’s will. The communitarian organizers and their network of media outlets are the loyal opposition to the “enemies” that Obama was talking about on Univision. (If you don’t understand that, read Stanley Kurtz’s new book, Radical-in-Chief.)
If Republicans buy into the narrative -- as they always have -- and capitulate or meet it halfway, 2012 will come crashing down on their heads.
Pay attention to the Inversion Narrative. Confront it with truth at every turn. It is the only way to take our country back from the those who have dragged us to the edge of the abyss.