Bracken: What I Saw At The Coup | Western Rifle Shooters Association

One of right-wing hate radio’s loudest and most poisonous voices was conducting an embarrassing public feud with our press secretary. The President had trapped himself in a seeming contradiction. The video and audio were both damning, and one must admit, very funny—if one’s goal was to make the President look and sound like a liar and a fool. The Youtube videos were getting millions of hits; the TV comics were not letting it go. We had been knocked completely off message, the optics were horrible, and our favorability ratings were collapsing at a crucial moment. (It seems like an ice-age ago when such trivialities actually mattered to me.)

I said something offhandedly to Dennis. “I just wish we could get rid of those bastards, once and for all.”

He stared at me for a long time, chewing on his second BLT sandwich until the Navy steward retreated from range, and then he said, “Actually, Jacinda, there is sort of a plan for that.”

via Bracken: What I Saw At The Coup | Western Rifle Shooters Association.

I expect Media Matters For America to literally crap enough bricks to build a fort after reading this.

It is a numbers game as I keep saying.

3 Replies to “Bracken: What I Saw At The Coup | Western Rifle Shooters Association”

  1. This story and some other are in the Bracken Anthology. I’ve got it on my Kindle for pc.Everyone should read this story, it tells a simple and yet powerful message. Of course I have read everything he’s wrote.



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