The Virtual Vitamin

A Daily Dose of Insight and Common Sense

Just Not Buying It

When walking onto a car lot, into an electronics store, or answering the door for someone carrying a list of magazine titles, people know that someone is trying to sell them something.  The strategy of this administration is to sell people on their far left agenda, even if the products they are selling are not wanted, needed, beneficial, or affordable to the American public.  It is more profitable to consider their temporary political capital than the tax payer.   Their priority is the commission, not the customer.  Are we smart enough not to fall for the urgency strategy, “call in the next ten minutes”?  Or the illusion of free, “just pay additional shipping and handling”?  Or that government is the only source for what we need, “not sold in stores”?  Over acting, half-truths, one-sided reviews, and two-dimensional aspects don’t keep the phone lines jammed at 3am.  Why does the same approach work on people who are fully awake?   It is time to close the door, hang up the phone, and vote out the politicians who are trying to sell us something.  It is time they learn that the customer is always right.

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May 13, 2010 - Posted by | on Government, on Politics, on Society | , , , , , , , , ,

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