decoycarver wrote:Well very close Friend of mine, whom is Active Military and of High Rank, This person informs me of important items which the Government tries to slip it by us --the Citizen --Ammo shortage--Why is that.??? All of a sudden things are being pieced together-Shows on Prepper's -then this -well this month my friend will be in a Mid-western State-( land of Lakes)- for CHEESE & crackers..for some EXCORSISE 'S --War Games--" Domestic Operations "-there are already Nato and Kremlin Muts here and have been here for several Months.So figure it out my Patriots, Hope it never comes to that -here are the pieces to think about--Military given power of Arrest of Civilians--Ammo Shortage--This Administration's Shenanigans' --Attention on Preppers--and now Domestic Operations --WHY ???
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State Dems relying on Obama-style data machine for November edge
By Darryl R. Isherwood | July 10th, 2013 - 2:56pm
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A key member of the Democrats' 2011 legislative redistricting team is back in the state this election season to defend the map he helped build.
Tom Bonier, who was a primary consultant to the team that created the map ultimately chosen by the tie-breaking member of the commission is consulting with legislative Democrats on micro-targeting, the analytic strategy employed so successfully last year by President Obama.
As a consultant to the Democratic election team, Bonier is providing analytics in every district in the state to help Democratic candidates hone their messages and retain the advantages they hold in both houses.
"Analytics are all about being able to have targeted conversations with voters and being able to talk to voters about issues that they are most likely concerned with in order to focus those conversations," said Bonier, who is from Massachusetts and now is based in Washington, D.C. "Races encompass a multitude of issues and you can't have a conversation with every voter about every issue so this helps narrow the conversation."
Obama used analytics and modeling to great effect in his 2012 re-election bid and the "data cave" as it was known has taken on almost a mythical status in the election post mortem. The process works by contacting voters individually and creating models based on their support for candidates and issues.
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