2/10/2006

Frameshop: To Reframe Debate, Say 'Secret Police'

Frameshop: To Reframe Debate, Say 'Secret Police'

Domestic Spying Scandal Reveals Bush's 'Chilling Vision' Of America Where 'Secret Police' 'Crack Down' On Citizens

Despite the spreading concern over the NSA domestic spying scandal and the PATRIOT Act, President Bush and his cabinet are winning the political debate. When Americans of all political stripes protest the 'violation of rights,' the President and his team respond that these programs have 'saved American lives.'

It is time for all of us to stop tiptoeing around the issue and use better words to frame this debate:

4 WAYS TO REFRAME NSA-PATRIOT DEBATE:

1. Secret Police ("...Bush has brought secret police to America...")
2. Chilling Vision ("...Cheney's chilling vision reminds me of East Germany...")
3. Fear Spreading ("...fear spreading to every corner of America...")
4. Crack Down ("...threatens to crack down on ordinary Americans...")

FRAMESHOP by Jeffrey Feldman

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