Frank Luntz Goes To Alabama…

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Frank Luntz, a GOP establishment messaging consultant, was visibly flabbergasted as every single one of his focus group participants in a Birmingham area Vice News-produced panel backed Judge Roy Moore for U.S. Senate. (read more)

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315 Responses to Frank Luntz Goes To Alabama…

  1. Ivehadit says:

    Peddle your wares a.k.a agenda driven focus groups somewhere else, Frank. You are not welcome here. We have ZERO respect for you and your ilk!

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    • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

      Frank Putz. At this point these people are just opening doors into their own noses. We see them all for what they are.

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    • yy4u says:

      It’s time for two parties. The Globalists which consists of the likes of Luntz, Bushes, Schumers, Pelosis etc and the Nationalists which consists of Donald Trump and Americans fed up with the Globalists. Alabama has dealt with carpetbaggers before; they’ll know how to handle Luntz.

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    • PatriotKate says:

      He’s not a pollster. He’s a shill. All of his so-called focus groups are agenda driven. So obvious. Don’t know how anyone hires him.

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  2. Troublemaker10 says:

    Nolte — Pragmatism v. Cake Baking: Christians Can Vote for Roy Moore in Good Conscience
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/12/09/nolte-pragmatism-v-cake-baking-christians-can-vote-roy-moore-good-conscience/

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    • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

      Nolte is excellent, and riveting to listen to on the shows. These Uniparty loons and Harveywood give him gift after gift.

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    • yy4u says:

      I heard an evangelical minister on Dobbs the other night saying that child abuse is something Christians cannot condone and the worst child abuse is abortion. I think that about puts it in a nutshell. The “child abuse” accusations against Judge Moore is that he dated an underage girl with permission of her parents. A nothingburger to me in that some sixteen year olds look like they’re 30 and some 30 year olds look like they’re 16. But partial birth abortion is infanticide and that’s the ultimate abuse — murder.

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      • dagnyshrug says:

        16 years old was not, and still is not ‘under age’ (for purposes of consent) in Alabama. Parental consent was not needed, but at least he was enough of a gentleman to get it.

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  3. Donna in Oregon says:

    Always think his name is supposed to be Lunk…..

    lunk
    /lʌŋk/
    noun
    1. an awkward, heavy, or stupid person

    Word Origin and History for lunkhead
    n.”slow-witted person,” 1867, American English colloquial, shortened from lunkhead
    (1852), possibly an altered form of lump (n.) + head (n.)

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  4. Rick says:

    After a year, these people, with their high dollar diploma on the wall, haven’t figured out that going all in on an obvious fake story, taints the whole picture.
    Even a country boy in NC could see that there were two different handwriting she in that yearbook.

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  5. Howie says:

    Roy can relax. Jones is helping him win. I can think of no better way to get out the Moore Vote than this.
    Desperate Doug: Radical Leftist Democrat Jones Barnstorms Alabama at Last Second with New Jersey’s Cory Booker, Massachusetts’ Deval Patrick
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/12/09/desperate-doug-radical-leftist-democrat-jones-barnstorms-alabama-at-last-second-with-new-jerseys-cory-booker-massachusetts-deval-patrick/

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    • prenanny says:

      Try as dims always do to make this Black v. White bringing a couple of Yank Blacks to Alabama is FUNNY ( in a no they didn’t way ). Two Black men being treated like caged circus animals made to perform for the Alabama Blacks… only a bone deep racist could think that was a good idea.
      I am glad to see the further implosion of the dim party, great news for MAGA.

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      • There were quite a few deep bone racists boycotting the Trump visit to the Civil Rights Museum in Mississippi yesterday. Do not under estimate the influence of these Yank Blacks (as you called them). They are part of the Obama cabal – the same smooth talking, shuck and jiving, stuttering clown that Obama was and we saw how the black voters came out in droves for him.

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        • Old Lady says:

          Yes, and its the same ones that boycotted the President’s inauguration. No big news. They only trap themselves.

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        • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

          Blacks called out Doug Jones’ most recent racist ad. They are waking up, believe me. Some of the best YouTubers on the Dems’ aggressive racism are black now. They don’t put up with the lies and the Trump-bashing.

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        • NCPatrick says:

          ey are part of the Obama cabal – the same smooth talking, shuck and jiving, stuttering clown that Obama was and we saw how the black voters came out in droves for him.”

          Of all the Obama actions that infuriated me, the sight of him jivin’ up to the mike only to stutter and stammer his lies, was the worst. No drama Obama indeed. Heads were exploding across the nation if not the world during his 8 year performance. Go away Obama! Just go away.

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    • risasi says:

      Jones should also remember to mention the hot sauce he keeps in his purse…

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Um, no Black people in the audience. Fail.

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  6. TwoLaine says:

    PRICELESS!

    Dear Lumpy, Are you a Republican? Who did you vote for in the 2016 Presidential Election?

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  7. joninmd22 says:

    These people really aren’t smart enough to realize that we see through their con.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

      They’re not as smart as they think they are, but I think they do know. Their house of cards is collapsing and they’re frantic. This is death throes. Their shtick is toast.

      Liked by 2 people

      • mike says:

        Desperate, but not death throes – that means they would be silent soon. I expect some of them to be as dangerous as stay behind Nazis, even longer….

        But the stay behinds do need to start paying the usual price….

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  8. cbjoasurf says:

    Moar popcorn, moar beer! the beat goes on and yes moar WINNING!

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  9. Trent Telenko says:

    Luntz is such a condescending jerk.

    Bubble dwellers have no idea how badly that attitude plays in the era of Trump.

    And if they are aware of it, they enjoy inflicting it on their ‘social inferiors” like Weinstein enjoyed abusing women.

    Judge Moore becoming Senator Moore is a straight out reduction of the social status and self-image of the bubble dwellers.

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    • Bendix says:

      I checked and he is from the Northeast. It is unfortunate that many from that area enter the realm of politics in the first place due to an exaggerated notion of their own importance relative to Americans from other parts of the country.
      Particularly relative to Americans of the deep south.

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      • dagnyshrug says:

        I wish they would stay in the Northeast. Way too many of them are running from high taxes and seem to land in my state–which is now purple because of them. I know plenty of them and I always want to ask them where they’ll run to from here.

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  10. covfefe999 says:

    I’m glad Luntz hooked up with Vice to do this, because it will be seen by an audience that might not otherwise see any unbiased explanation of anything. The reasons people are voting for Moore are varied and real. If I were in Alabama I would vote for Moore simply because I’d refuse to vote for the Democrat, and because I don’t feel the evidence against Moore is credible. Will it be later? Perhaps, but not now. I wouldn’t have any problem casting a vote for him. I’m a reasonable and rational person and the people in Luntz’ focus group came across the same way, at least in print, and hopefully in video too.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Just watched the video. The music was questionable, it conveyed a disturbing mood, but the focus group participants were great. Lots of different rational reasons for voting for Moore. And I love that the one guy said blacks aren’t voting for Moore and always vote Democrat because they vote stupidly. He’s right. I used to vote stupidly too. I used to think the Democrats cared about me.

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    • prenanny says:

      Luntz is fake.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Absolutely. But I’m glad he didn’t do this on FOX. I’m glad it was a network that has a less conservative audience. Let them hear the people’s reasons. A few even stated outright they didn’t like Moore but they were going to vote for him anyway. The lib media is trying to portray them all as blind followers, stupid hicks, or right wing extremists, but they all came across as very rational very normal people who are conservative. Let the Vice watchers see the real picture of conservatives.

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    • shadowcole says:

      I agree with the contention that 40 years ago the age of women that married young was part of our culture. I live in Missouri, my mother-in-law married at 15 to my FIL, he was 22. They were both from very poor families, both farming families. That was in 1950 and very common for that period in the country. I don’t look at it as a crime or anything else.

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      • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

        All my ancestors were from the Deep South. This is all true there.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Also consider how men used to be free to say nice things to women. The comment in the yearbook, if real, actually isn’t bad by today’s standards and certainly wasnt back when Moore (allegedly) wrote it. It’s not like he wrote “I can’t wait to get my hands all over you”, but the Democrats are reacting as if he did. It doesn’t even support the woman’s claim that she was in some way assaulted or abused, only that she knew Moore enough to ask him to sign her yearbook.

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  11. A ‘messaging consult’ ??? Only in America !!!!

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  12. Luntz really likes to wear sneakers, doesn’t he?

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  13. tempo150101 says:

    My New Year’s Resolution is to not waste time commenting on any of these boards anymore, but I couldn’t resist here.

    If I wer in the audience, I would have called Luntz on the carpet for what he did in that focus group after the Iowa debates. Remember that? Most of his focus group wanted one candidate or another before the debate and then after the debate a MIRACLE happened! They heard Little Marco Rubio and SHAZAM! he impressed them so much that they all decided that he was their guy!

    These people think we’re stupid and we can’t see through that? Either Rupert or someone else tried to orchestrate that.

    Likewise with anything Gloria Allred is associated with. Peddle that to the rubes in San Francisco and New York. We don’t believe any of that out here in flyover America.

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  14. Dave says:

    GOPe seems to be trying hard to hand this Senate seat to the Democrats: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/alabama-sen-shelby-i-couldnt-vote-for-roy-moore/ar-BBGv1D9

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    • dagnyshrug says:

      GOP liked its minority status better. They didn’t have to work. They only had to scream, yell and campaign on ‘ripping out Obamacare, root and branch’ knowing it would get them reelected, and that they’d never have to actually do it. Now they’re caught with their collective pants down. Time to retreat back into their happy place.

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  15. TomRWorc,Ma,USA says:

    I have not read the whole thread yet, but …. did anyone else get the feeling that when he asked something like “How many women would it take for you to convinced that there is something to this?” that if someone had given him a number, the next day that # would be hit or exceeded?

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  16. dufrst says:

    Frank Luntz is a dunce. Frank Duntz!

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  17. MIKE says:

    Luntz’s “why are there no blacks in this group” (of his choosing), bringing booker and Patrick in from the bullpen, is a weak 11th hour play of the race card. Alabamans are being disrespected, and they know it. Moore in a landslide.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Where did he hand out the invites I wonder? Does anyone know? I see on his web site you can sign up to participate in a focus group if he comes to your town, but I can’t imagine that’s how the Moore focus group was assembled.

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  18. Whadaya know; Alabamaians have brains and think on their own!?
    OMG! It’s a miracle!
    But, at Christmas time, miracles happen everyday, donchano….?
    Maybe God has a plan,
    And didn’t bother to tell Frank.

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  19. moe ham head says:

    the gas bag still can’t get a poll correct

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  20. moe ham head says:

    frank putz

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