It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it — the video

I wrote a post about the fact that, when it comes to delivering a message, style is as important as content.  I got a lovely email in return from Greg Joyce, at Willoughby Films:

I couldn’t agree more with your point, that conservatives need to make an emotional (maybe “entertaining” would be a better word) argument rather than the intellectual case that hasn’t been serving so well lately.

So here’s “Family Meeting.”  Only three minutes long — I hope you enjoy it.

I didn’t just enjoy it — I loved it. The video works at two levels. First, the family meeting sees a family struggle to frame a tough message about health care and insurance issues. And then there’s the end. . . . Uh, I’ll stop here. I don’t want to give it away.

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  • Danny Lemieux


  • Earl

    I don’t know that “enjoy” is the word for something quite this dark…..
    Well DONE, though….I’ll be sharing the link.

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  • Mike Devx

    shared to Facebook

  • JKB

    I’ve recently been thinking that we need to move Obamacare off of Obama and onto the Democrats as a party.  
    Seems I was just sensing the fear, the Democrat fear of accountability for their debacle.
    The fate of the Democratic party in America over the next decade is tied to Obama’s healthcare reform. If it is seen to be a success, America could trend Democratic for the foreseeable future. If it fails, liberalism as we’ve known it will take a massive hit. 

  • Ymarsakar

    People just find it hard to believe that the Democrats are out to make them into slaves. I mean, they find it easy to believe the GOP hate women and is on a war against minorities, and they know Leftists can be terrorists and extreme, but the Democrat party is like their pedestal of whatever, so far. But it’s easy to crash a pedestal the higher it is.