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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Just a hint...

As a broad and general rule, if you are ever approached by media because of your political views, they are probably going to make you lool like an idiot, because they are not your friends.

Unless you know the show and host is on the Right team, expect the final product to be a hit job.

That doesn't mean you shouldn't make the play - just know their intent and do your thing.

I usually work from home, and I always have the television on in the background, and often have an earbud in an ear with music. Tonight I caught an episode of Doomsday Preppers. I left it on as I did my work, primarily because of the recent story of the guy from the show who was ruled mentally defective.

That show is not trying to give preppers a forum to convince others of the dangers of the world, folks. It is Jerry Springer, and the poor folks being showcased don't understand the true intent. The objective is to feature the "weirdos" and "wingnuts" for the broader political discussion, to subtly influence support for the narratives of the Left.

If one of these outlets ever come to you and offer you the chance to convince others, or to explain your perspective, think before you leap. It may still be useful to engage with them if it helps get our message out. Just be aware that fair treatment is not their goal.



  1. It's a mad mad mad world. The first thing you have to do is ask the questioner what their purpose is. If they give you a reasonable response, proceed with caution. If they answer your question with a question, walk away. Don't even bother to go further. You have found a liberal weasel! (sorry Zippers, no ill intended) Well, unless you're Andrew Breitbart or bigger(that's a term, right?)...not many bigger that I can think of right off hand.

  2. Avoid the media altogether. You don't need the attention and they don't need the money they're trying to make off of you. Let 'em get a story somewhere else.

  3. Sarthurk. The professional view is to never give an interview to a reporter that you do not know. Once the person has identified himself/herself check them out and their history and actual affiliation with the program-network.

  4. Exactly why I refused to go on Judge Judy for my minor dust-up...

  5. I've had 3 offers,no thanks!


  6. Our unit turned down a casting call from natgeo for that very show. We have also been contacted by multiple tv shows (as far away as Norway) for interviews (RT too) declined them all. The media are NOT your freinds.


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