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CSPAN
Aug 12, 2015 1:00pm EDT
or when you get a pamphlet. the suspension of disbelief drops. there stands -- who is it, george reeves in a badly made suit and he leaps through the building and he's flying. you believe it. because you believe it, it goes into a deep part of your brain. we call this the suspension of disbelief. if you're one of those people that could finish, up in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's superman, you could do that because superman got into your heart. he got into your heart. you didn't even know it. you didn't even know that you knew it. and everything is associated with superman got into your heart as well because superman is america. superman was a positive view of america. superman is a point of fact is a god who lives on earth who is unlimited in power and is only inhibited by his own moral decency. that's what america is. and his motto is, i stand for truth, justice and the american way. the virtuous control of unlimited power went into your heads when you watched superman. that's the political message that came with superman. if you can say, look up in the sky, it's a b
CSPAN
Feb 21, 2015 9:30pm EST
you. when you talk to young americans about george washington, young millennials who don't know anything about him other than he owned slaves, when you talk about george washington what would they say? they would say well, he had a frillsy shirt and kind of old stockings and a waist coat and looks like an old guy and carries a musket. that's pretty much what george washington looked like. you're going to look a little stupid 250 years from now. you may not believe me but take my word for it. that little hoodie will look pretty absurd somewhere 100 years from now. 200 years from now you'll look like a caveman and 250 years from now people will laugh at you because of how you're dressed. what i said is this, not many people know this, during the revolutionary war george washington snuck through enemy lines to london, england with whom he was at war with for 6, 7 years now. it was to a taylor in london. he said i would like to purchase four waist coats in the latest designs using the most fashion colors currently available. i'd like the buttons ornate as possible without being 0s t
CSPAN
Apr 5, 2015 12:05am EDT
drops. there stands george reeves in a suit in his flying. and you believe it. we call this the willing suspension of disbelief. so if you are one of the people that can finish, you can do that because superman got into your heart. he got into your heart, you did not even know it. you did not even know that you knew it. everything associated with superman got into your heart as well because superman is america. superman was a positive view of america. superman is a god that lives on earth, who is unlimited in power , and is only inhibited by his own moral decency. that is what america is. and his motto is i stand for truth, justice, and the american way. the virtuous control of unlimited power went into your heads when you watched superman, and everything about america that superman represents is in your heart. that's why you could finish that sentence. now i am a little younger, i remember seeing "superman" as a little boy, but i remember "gilligan's island." the only thing you can learn as if you want to get off of the island, all you have to do is kill gilligan and you will be off ne
CSPAN
Aug 12, 2015 4:43pm EDT
policies were they couldn't tell you. they voted because jay-z and beyonce and george clooney and lady gaga votes for obama and every they do like and admire votes for obama app that is why they vote for obama. it is the power of the pop culture. and if you don't understand the power, i'm about to give you a short education. so let's play a game. i'm a political operative and i had the kind of control over your brain space so if i could start a sentence -- start a sentence, you could finish the sentence for me. if i knew you well enough, so that i could start a sentence and you could finish it for me, i would have you, right? i would have your heart and mind and you would do anything i damn well wanted you to. so we're going to do it, three times because we have three different age groups. here is how we're going to start. i'm going to start a sentence and you're going to finish it for me. here is the power of the pop culture. are you ready. look, up in the sky, it's a superman. exactly. now let's go younger. just sit right back and yule hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip, that star
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)