The left: It’s not the message that’s the problem …
Robert Redford again makes the point that the left simply won’t accept the fact that it is their message that most of the country rejects. Instead, it is believed that the problem is the means, the messaging, the way they present their message, that’s the problem:
“It’s about storytelling,” Redford tells Abe Streep. “The Democratic Party has a good story to tell, but they don’t know how to tell it. And the other side has no story to tell and they tell it loud and clear. People listen to the loud barking dog more than the mewing cat. But one of the advantages of the GOP debate — I’m speaking personally now — as horrible as it is to watch, as horrible as it is to see, at least people who have any sense at all can see, ‘This is what we’re getting? This is what we’re going to get if we elect somebody from that mob? Whoa—’”
The left has a story to tell but doesn’t know how to tell it while the right has no story but somehow tells “it” loud and clear?
Brilliant. Keep on believing that, brother.
Sounds like a sound bite you might hear from, oh I don’t know, Joe Biden?