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5 posts from June 2005

June 29, 2005

Frameshop: Can Anyone


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June 28, 2005

Frameshop: Stuck in the Story


Today's Posts (Tue June 28, 2005)

9:00am EST:  Stuck in the Story

12:00pm EST: The Story We're Stuck In

3:00pm EST:  A New Story

5:00pm EST: Magic Words to Listen for in the President's Speech

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June 23, 2005

Frameshop: Lip Service


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June 14, 2005

Frameshop: Finding Memo


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June 07, 2005

Frameshop: Oh, Baby!

The Frame Of The Abortion Debate Is Changing, And Democrats Will Need To Re-Frame To Regain The Advantage

"I am a progressive, patriotic American—and I am not pro-choice. If you believe in a strong, progressive America, you are probably not ‘pro-choice’ either." --Frameshop

Of all the rotten words Republicans like to throw at Democrats, the phrase ‘baby killer’ has to be the worst.

Republicans in Congress like nothing more than to tell the American people that a ‘Holocaust’ is being committed by Liberals in this country, and that over 30 million ‘babies’ have been ‘killed’ since the passage of Roe v. Wade, roughly twenty years ago. ‘Abortion on demand,’ they call it, or worse: a ‘culture of death.’

None of this would matter—and the country might actually be solving some of its serious problems with healthcare, education, or national security—if the Democrats had long ago found a powerful way to respond to the ‘baby killer’ accusation from Republicans. Unfortunately, the only response Democrats have used is the once powerful, but now inadequate phrase: ‘I am for a woman’s right to choose.’

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