Frank Luntz and The Word Doctors – Sign Up Now To Be Heard!

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73 thoughts on “Frank Luntz and The Word Doctors – Sign Up Now To Be Heard!”

  1. I am a life-long Republican who now defines myself as a Ronald Raegan Conservative. I would love to express my opinion. I am a small business owner, and will crawl over broken glass to vote this election. My Father was a Pearl Harbor survivor and we owe it to the past generation to protect this great nation for the future generations.

    • Jeri – you might want to rethink that “Ronnie Reagan” conservative. Just be a Constitutional Conservative. The War on Drugs, Narco dollars, and American banks competing for the privilege of laundering drug money? Also, during Reagan’s administration, Monsanto went wild!!!! They have pretty much screwed up the planet. I’ll stick with the Constitution and not a candidate or president.

  2. Educating people politically that people can understand the lingo going on in Congress. If everyone is smart then no one can be fooled. Thanks to Glenn Beck with the chalk board & how he explains things. Before I watched G.B. I did not even know much at all, now I”m educated. Lots of people who voted last don’t know all the facts because they are not educated. God bless all of you for your journey & good luck. Dan F.

  3. i wish to be considered for your poll and focus groups on fox…i am an american born hispanic
    man…I say FINISH THE FENCE…OBAMA!!!!!
    WE ARE IN AFGHANISTAN ATTEMPTING TO SECURE THEIR BORDER BUT TELL OUR CITIZENS TO STAY AWAY FROM OUR
    BORDER AREA CUZ ITS TOO DANGEROUS !
    NO ME GUSTA OBAMA Y LA COSAS QUE EL HACES!!!
    EL ESTA CORRUPTANDO LA PAIS…COMO CHICAGO..
    I GREW UP AS THE SON OF A BUSINESS OWNER IN THE BRIDGEPORT NEIGHBORGOODOF CHICAGO…MY FATHER OWNED A COFFEE PLANTATION IN ELSALVADORAND SO I HAVE A UNIQUE VIEW OF WHAT HAS HAPPENED ON OUR SOUTHERN BORDER

  4. I haven’t seen the political ads like on this sight, on t.v. why not and why would anyone in Navada, continue to support Harry, he is very scary.

  5. I would like to participate in your openion polls, as an Independent. I am retired, and do not worry about loosing a job, but I am worried about loosing my freedom.

  6. I’ll vote for my dog just to get the Democrats out of office. If she does a lousy job then I’ll vote her out but noy for another democrat.

  7. Your work is very good. Love to watch you on The factor. I live in Cheyenne,Wyoming
    Am a medicaly retired marine. Spent five months in a coma, had four traciotomies, total 1 year five days strait in hospital. Then went to school and recieved an airfraime & powerplant cert. A person says to me what is your problem, my response was I have brain damage in my motor funtions, I’m not stupid like you.

  8. Tea Party Movement Member:

    My name is Mark Paulson. I am 58 years old, been married 35 years, have two grown children, run a small business, and teach business at the graduate level. My neighbor recently asked me why I am a member of the tea (“taxed enough already”) party movement and active in a local congressional campaign this fall. My response went as follows:

    Dennis, as you probably know, I am a fiscal and military conservative and a social moderate. Although I tend to vote Republican, I have in the past voted for candidates from other parties. In 2008 I voted for McCain and was very disappointed in the election results for I believed that President Obama would prove to be a very radical and divisive President. Unfortunately, I have been proven right.
    Leading up to the election, I read his books and studied his positions. Although he positioned himself as a moderate and a “unifier” prior to the election, he has governed as a far-left progressive and proven to be the most partisan, divisive President in my lifetime. I truly believe him when he says that he wants to “fundamentally transform” America. Although he has never communicated to the American people his vision of what a “transformed” America would look like, I suspect that were he to do so, a vast majority of Americans would soundly reject his vision.

    Eighteen months ago, my level of frustration with the happenings in D.C. led me to join the fledgling tea party movement. I attended town hall meetings and tea party movement rallies and discovered that many others share my views. To a person, we believe that:

    • The federal government has lost its constitutional compass. The federal government is becoming increasingly more intrusive and controlling in its relationship with the states and its citizens, while ignoring the basic precepts of our constitution as framed by our founders. For example, the Commerce Clause of the Constitution is being used to force Americans to purchase health care insurance; states are increasingly being forced to spend their money on programs mandated by the federal government; proposed energy legislation would allow the government to come into our homes to certify that our appliances meet some federally imposed energy standard and force homeowners to “get up to standard” before they can sell their homes; the EPA has threatened to declare carbon dioxide a pollutant, thereby allowing them to impose any emission standard that they deem appropriate; and the recently passed financial regulation bill supposedly allows the federal government to monitor the financial transactions in our personal bank accounts (so they can, they say, better understand “macroeconomic trends”).

    • All levels of government spend too much and have accumulated too much debt. The size of our annual budget deficits and national debt levels are not sustainable. We have added around $5.0 trillion to our national debt since 2007. The debt is currently around $13.0 trillion. It is projected to increase by around $1.0 trillion per year over the next decade. Left unchanged, our entitlement programs will eventually go broke. The unfunded liabilities of Medicare and Social Security are already around $55.0 trillion.

    The implications of the rising debt levels are enormous:

    • Interest payments on the national debt are projected to rise from $250 billion to over $800 billion per year within a decade, thereby crowding out spending on important federal programs and in the private sector.

    • To fund our spending and debt obligations, the federal government is printing money, which vastly increases the money supply in circulation. History has shown us that this is a recipe for significant inflation, thereby increasing the cost of everything for all and devaluing the money in our savings and retirement accounts. The will also likely pass significant tax increases on everyone in the form of higher payroll taxes, higher income taxes, and a new national sales tax, thereby making our businesses less competitive in the global economy, while discouraging spending by individuals and the hiring of people by businesses.

    • Our flexibility to respond to future financial and geopolitical crises will be severely limited. When a nation doesn’t have any money, its inability to effectively respond only prolongs and makes more severe that which needs to be addressed.

    Simply stated, individuals and businesses do not have unlimited resources and must manage their spending and keep their debts low. The same must be true for local, state, and federal governments.

    • We are taxed too much. The combination of state and federal income taxes, federal FICA and Medicare taxes, and local property and sales taxes is already straining the budgets of almost every American household and many of its businesses. Raising taxes during tough economic times will only increase this strain and discourage spending by consumers and hiring by companies. Keeping the corporate tax at 35% (second highest in the world) will only encourage companies to move their operations to other countries. Many companies have already made this journey.

    • A free and open marketplace based on capitalism must be preserved. Capitalism is under direct assault by the current administration. President Obama views business as the enemy that must be regulated and controlled, and in some instances nationalized. No doubt this is a vestige of his days as a community organizer where he would take up the cause of the people (“defined as the oppressed”) against a local bank or company (“referred as the oppressor”). In his view of the world, industries should be highly regulated; profits should be minimized; salaries and bonuses should be dramatically scaled back for management; workers should have the means to more easily unionize; companies and activities should be nationalized; and winners and losers should be determined by government rather than by the marketplace (e.g., the provisions in the Cap and Trade legislation will eventually close down the coal industry).

    Through these and other actions, our companies will become less competitive in an increasingly competitive global marketplace. Regulations cause operating costs to go up; minimizing incentives for profits and bonuses causes innovation and creativity to go down; unionization leads to higher business costs and less operating flexibility; nationalization leads to fewer options for consumers and limited to no incentives for delivering a superior product or service; and picking winners and losers leads to uncertainty in the financial markets and insidious relationships between government and business. As witnessed in other countries, standards of living, as well as basic freedoms, regress the more government gets involved in the marketplace.

    * * * * *

    Beyond the shared concerns of tea party movement members, I personally believe that the President has shown a strong disdain for the average American and capabilities and values. During the election cycle, President Obama mocked the average American for their “clinging to their guns and religion”. Before countless audiences, he has smirked when commenting on the “tea baggers” and their motives. Recently, he condescendingly said that Americans are “unable to think clearly when they are angry” for they are “hardwired” to ignore the “facts and science”. All to often, he has personally attacked those who have an honest disagreement with his policies. The targets of his attacks range from the average American (“Joe the Plumber”) to those in opposition in Congress and the media. Just recently he told a Hispanic radio audience that he believed that they should “punish their enemies and reward their friends” and mused to a partisan audience that “Republicans should sit in the back” when it comes to leadership, thereby effectively disenfranchising 40% of the electorate.

    The President acts more like a rabble-rousing, community organizing thug than the President of the United States. Personally mocking those that disagree with him and isolating, demonizing and marginalizing his opposition are beneath the dignity of the President of the United States and counter to our democratic values. Through such actions, he is creating an ever-widening chasm between himself and those he has constitutionally sworn to serve.

    In conclusion, the President likes to say that the Republicans were the ones responsible for driving the car into the ditch and that he and his supporters through their actions have pulled the car out of the ditch and pointed it in the right direction. Mr. President, we are on a road to Obamaville, a town that has higher taxes, more spending, larger debt levels, more regulations, higher unemployment rates, more intrusion into our lives, more centralization of power, and a very deep sink hole in the middle of Main Street as its major landmarks.

    We need to, instead, take a right on Route 2012 next Tuesday and head towards Opportunityville, a town known for lower taxes for everyone; less spending at all levels of government; dramatically lower debt levels; fewer and more sensible regulations; lower unemployment rates and better jobs; less intrusion into the daily lives of its residents; a smaller, more focused government; and optimism and steadily increasing opportunities for all along Main Street.

    Dennis, that is why I am a proud member of the tea party movement, work for a campaign, walk door to door in my assigned precinct, send brochures and letters to every household in the precinct, and have campaign banners all over my front yard. The car is going into the sinkhole unless we do something…to borrow from 9/11…“let’s roll”.
    Mark F. Paulson
    Buffalo Grove, Illinois

  9. i have a hard time thinking the new congress will cut the spending. i do hope i am wrong?maybe i am wanting to much.

  10. Hi
    I am a conservative republican,some from a republican family, my husband yells at rhe tv when obama is onn, i just want to turn him off.
    we have two sons who have served in the gulf
    wae, desert storm and so onn. yes i would life
    to be included in your group,
    It’s time to stop just yelling at the tv and
    turning off the tv and do something .
    One of my boys could still end up in afganistan getting shot at, while obama is
    here trying his best to destroy this country.
    sincerely—Donna Barta
    Hastings Nebraska

  11. SS IS NOT THE PROBLEM, THERE IS MONEY IN THE SYSTEN TO 2036. IF MORE IS NEEDED. ADD TO THE BASE
    . ALL FEDERAIL STATE AND LOCAL EMPLOYEES MUST GO ON SS, THE EMPLOYER % PAID FOR SS WILL BE REDUCED FROM THEIR PRIVATE PENSION.
    PASS A BALANCE BUDGET AMENDENT

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