Cognitive Dissonance is used to describe the feeling of discomfort that results from holding two conflicting beliefs. When there is a discrepancy between beliefs and behaviors, something must change in order to eliminate or reduce the dissonance.
The exclusion of facts, reason, and a cult-like devotion to discredited fables, allowed Obama to achieve re-election over seemingly insurmountable challenges – lack of any true achievements, high unemployment, high gas prices, downgraded credit worthiness, ObamaCare, Operation Fast and Furious, the Benghazi Terrorist Attack, and the Tea Party takeover of Congress in the 2010 midterms.
So, before Obama has a chance to give his latest campaign speech, a few points for the Republican members of Congress to consider:
- No “Unity” seating. All GOP on one side, all USSR on the other – Enough with the “showing unity” kabuki dance. It’s time that Amercia got an actual visual of the division on the floor of the congress.
- Silence throughout – Unless Representative Joe Wilson wants to give another shout out to King Barry’s speech, it may be more effective to have the entirety of the GOP sit on their hands with mouths firmly shut. Let Obama say what he wants tonight. Tomorrow, continue as intended.
- No GOP response to Obama address. Instead, 5 minute live stream of Debt Clock – Since Senator Marco Rubio will be delivering the response, this may prove unnecessary, but if something were to happen, it would be a great backup plan.
- Going forward, no use by GOP of MSM outlet that is not Conservative – STOP going on to ABC, NBC, CBS, The New York Times to attempt to spread the message. They are not interested. We have our own broadcast networks, newspapers, and media outlets. Let’s use them. Starve the Old Gray Lady.
- Use of the phrase; “That’s a clown question, bro” should be increased – Bryce Harper had the correct response to a stupid question. We should offer the same reply to the mindless proglodytes who assume that their views are legitimate or reasonable.