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How Trump uses lowest common denominator tactics whenever he answers questions...

I just ran across an insightful video from a nerdy LEFTIST on YouTube last night.

In it, the narrator mentions all the things the fact deficient Donald uses masterfully to impact low information voters, which, sadly, means most voters.

He uses invective, ENDING sentences with the strongest words, and constant grade school level reading skill repetition methods. He only tries to elicit his message, no matter what is asked of him, and does so not in detail but with main ideas.

What this means is he speaks to the widest body of idiots, regardless of I.Q. when he debates or responds to ANY question anywhere.

He keeps it simple.

Rambling, maybe, incoherent perhaps, but simple.

To be perfectly frank, in theory he’s outsmarting people like Nerd Boy Cruz. Fact is, the average person is an idiot, and Trump knows this, so he keeps it all easy to digest with memorable repeated red meat and phrases.

His campaign slogan “Make America Great Again” elicits powerful themes in the least amount of wordiness!

Meanwhile, Marco is trying to audition for a 52 different message rallying cry, judging by his official poster as seen here:

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks during a campaign rally Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks during a campaign rally Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

What’s his core message?

More importantly, regardless of his gift of gab, what is he running for? We all remember Ted Kennedy’s fail on that with a rambling list of stereotyped reasons as for why he’s in the race. It turned people off as insincere. Trump may be a liar, but his minions believe he’s one of them and honestly trying to stick up for them, not just themselves.

Perhaps both Ted and Marco need to take a page from the Village Idiot panderer and retool their messages?