Seeking to produce a new dog food, a big corporation set market researchers, food chemists and advertising agencies to work. The experts came up with a new product they were proud of. The dog food sold well, for a while. Then it slumped. Puzzled, the corporate executives commissioned a public opinion firm to see what was wrong.And this is the story of Jeb Bush, not to mention the rest of the crowd. They started the race with the same basic message, Don't say too, too much about immigration. Jeb was the most vocal with his "act of love" quote, but no one was really out there.
Soon, the answer came back: "The dogs don't like it."
So the puppies may not have lapped it up, but they ate the same old because that is all that they had, that is if they even showed up.
So along comes a new brand by an upstart company and les chiens will eat nothing but. All the other companies are saying, "how can you let the dogs eat that junk. It don't matter.
The contempt that the old companies had for the consumers was so pervasive they wonder about the market. That they would go astray with alacrity does not let them question themselves. Instead, they have even more contempt for the target.
A commenter at Sic Semper Tyrannis, Bill Herschel put it well,
So Jeb Bush etc. declare that we are in a battle of civilizations and blame Obama for not recognizing the fact. Then, after a terrorist attack in California by batsh*t nuts Islamic terrorists, one of whom has immigrated from... you guessed it, Saudi Arabia (doesn't that ring a bell?), Donald Trump respectfully suggests that we take a time-out on Muslim immigration, and the very same people who say it's a battle of civilizations say that he is not an American.
Let us not forget that Trump made the least insane comment about Putin and Syria,
When asked what he thinks Putin is doing in the Middle East, Trump stated, “Well, we spent $2 trillion, thousands of lives, wounded warriors all over, and Putin is now taking over what we started, and he’s going into Syria, and he frankly wants to fight ISIS, and I think that’s a wonderful thing. You know, I said that a year ago and everybody said oh, that’s terrible. If he wants to fight ISIS, let him fight ISIS. Why do we always have to do everything. But he wants to go in. He wants to fight ISIS. Now, he wants to keep, as you know, he wants to keep your leadership, your current leadership, Assad in Syria. Personally I’ve been looking at the different players, and I’ve been watching Assad, and I’ve been pretty good at this stuff over the years, cause deals are people. And I’m looking at Assad and saying, ‘Maybe he’s better than the kind of people that we’re supposed to be backing.’ Because we don’t even know who we’re backing.”Meanwhile, the rest of the field would want to do something that might risk nuclear war. It's hard not to look like a giant amidst those midgets.
The Neutralists will say no more now. With all the money Jeb is spending, you would think one of his hotshots would come up with something to find a pulse.
The Neutralist could use the work. Jeb, get in touch with me, I will work for much less and promise to get you to 4%.
Stick a fork in him, he's dog food.