5. "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counteract ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage."
Unless you take on a powerful news organization for daring to ask tough questions that millions of hard-working Americans want to ask, but cannot ask for themselves.
You see, Fox News has the audacity to exercise one of the primary staples of democracy. That is, they want to challenge our elected officials and encourage them to explain something, which is, what their true intentions and motives really are. By doing this, they serve as a balancing agent for the many people who are not in agreement with the proposals the White House is getting behind. They are making sense in many of their critiques and the WH is just not happy.
So, they are ridiculing the #1 rated cable news network. They are attempting to demonize the messenger and throw a smoke screen for the purpose of covering their massive failures in persuading the working masses, to buy into their Marxist agenda -- which is cleverly disguised as "hope and change".
The thing that these administration types do not realize is, this will backfire and badly. Thus, it makes no sense for the WH to act in this manner. Well, in one way it does. When you are losing the confidence and support of the mainstream independents who elected you, you must act desperately, you must act irrationally in the hopes that you can divert attention away from the truth.
One of the Obama sycophants, Bill Maher, thinks 60% of us are stupid. But it's the 60% that can and will turn away the progressive system of beliefs next year at the polls. And it scares them.
But while they are terrified, the cause of their fright is not difficult to dispute. In many instances, Fox News merely uses the Administration's own words against them. Try as I might, I find nothing untrue about this video. The words of the White House Communications Director speak for themselves:
How about this?
There it is. No spin, just their words. Nothing else needs to be said, does it?
Nothing is taken out of context, I need say nothing else to make this point.
This is what the Obama machine does not want reported.