Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'psychological visibility'.
Thank you for tuning in. This is my script for responding to a notion put forward on the front porch of OL. I use the blog to form arguments and to analyze statements. Much of my work here is done to pre-load some assumptions. In this case, the prelaoded assumptions are in the quoted material First step, orientation and identification. Think of you and a map in hand, along with a remembered direction. You are in America, where opinions flow fast and hot. Mark Levin is a radio-jock, a talk-guy, an author. Go look him up on Google. We can pause the tape. Okay, we are back. Now you know about Mark Levin. Or so we thought. There isn't a single Mark Levin. There are three. Okay, this is for You People. The headline says it all. Roger accuses Levin and two other Hate Club folks of being paid off. If you go deeper into the article, the warrants for the accusation against Levin are slim if not mere muck-spinning. Winnowed down, the Levin accusation is that money from Levin books is chunder. But here is is, excised from a Daily Caller article. In that article, bear in mind, the quotes are from Daily Beast and a blog-commenter at Conservative Treehouse. Chunder? “The Senate Conservatives Fund (PAC) purchasing massive quantities ($400,000) of Mark Levin’s books in exchange for favorable candidacy political opinion. Conveniently hidden by the radio host who avoids mentioning the financial conflict created,” the blog pointed out. On Jan. 13, Ben Jacobs in an article published by the Daily Beast headlined “Pay to Play?” noted that Politico, in an article that now appears to have been scrubbed from Politico’s website, reported on how the GOP establishment seeks to buy Levin. The Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF), a “conservative” fund founded by former Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina that backed Cruz in his Senate fight against Obamacare, spent $427,000 to buy copies of radio talk show host Mark Levin’s four-year-old book “Liberty or Tyranny” to distribute to donors – a purchase that should have earned Levin approximately $1 million in royalties. Despite his many diatribes against Drumpf broadcast to his national radio audience, Levin hid the fact the son of his fiancé is a full-time staffer for Cruz. Oh, my. I will truncquoat a few pellets from this wreath. The biggest boldest bold claim is this: But, having said that, I must do a bit of recursion: Are there three Mark Levins? Are there really? Does making a list end the analytic moment? Here is the truncquoated poetry from the above: