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Putting the "No" in Innovation

Post Ad for Shredded Wheat. I like it. The ad, not the cereal. Could be good advice to Republicans. Stand athwart history and shout "stop", and all that.

From John Meunier's Blog.


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There's a big difference be... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:

There's a big difference between progress and progressive. Progress is most closely related with technological advancement, mostly good in that it raises the living standard of most people on the planet, not all by the same degree, but most in the direction of better. Progressive is most closely related with deadly diseases and debilitating conditions, both in biology and in politics.

You're right, that ad is a ... (Below threshold)

You're right, that ad is a nice parable for the job that the GOP is now facing. They both have to sell an old, out-dated product that nobody wants anymore and pretend it's worthwhile by tearing down the competition while at the same time denying that their product is of inferior quality.

Worked for the Dems, Bob. ... (Below threshold)

Worked for the Dems, Bob. Go with a proven strategy, I say.

When you already have a dem... (Below threshold)

When you already have a democratic republic, the only innovation from that is slavery or anarchy.

I wish the Teleprompter-in-Chief would quit telling us he wants to "remake" my country!

BobDog:On the other ... (Below threshold)

On the other hand, you have the Dems, who are selling a product that's supposedly new, untested for the most part, a failure in the ways it has been tested, and which costs three times a much as the old product.

On the other hand, the Dems have a great, flashy ad campaign that a lot of people fell for, and a spokesman who is liked by a bunch of people for no other reason than that he makes nice speeches that he never has to back up with reality.

I'm sure Bobdog wants his c... (Below threshold)

I'm sure Bobdog wants his coated with BrownSugar and honey, right?

Excellent.... (Below threshold)







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