Late Night Video — How to Humiliate a Congressman Who Represents Banks

Filed in National by on December 10, 2013

How come *we* didn’t think of this? Approx 2 minutes long:

This is from the Represent Us movement trying to eliminate corruption in our government.

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  1. Jason330 says:

    That was great.

  2. Liberal Elite says:

    How is this any less juvenile than the crap pulled by the the other side’s scoundrels (e.g. Breitbart)?

    Honest political debate doesn’t need this.

  3. Jason330 says:

    Howdy partner! How’s the view from that high horse?

    What you see as juvenile, I see as asymmetrical warfare. Do you think banks are interested in “honest” political debate? You think they can be swayed by a well reasoned argument? I don’t.

  4. Liberal Elite says:

    @J “What you see as juvenile, I see as asymmetrical warfare.”

    OK. Fine… If you can actually get the congressman to do something compromising.

    But this was a total failure. The congressman was on to him in the first minute and basically ran away. How does that make him look bad?

    All this does is pretend to make him look bad… Sort of like everything Breitbart does.

  5. Jason330 says:

    It is conciseness raising. They didn’t intended to have an impact on the Congressman, but on his constituents.

    If it is silly, we need more silly. We are having our asses handed to us by the Republicans and Republican-Democrats (IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT PEOPLE HATE THEIR POLICIES) because they have the money, the will to fight and a tight focus on strategy.

    In another thread you pointed out that there is a huge propaganda campaign aimed at stupid people. We can’t be too pure to also try to win over stupid people.

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