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Friday, September 4, 2009

The speaker explains

Posted By on Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 8:08 AM

House Speaker Robbie Wills defends the new House communications strategy. And he details other House structural changes. 95 percent approve. The rest of you (us) are just soreheads who don't understand the new media savvy and wisdom of the leadership.

Also, the new House PR consultant says the revamped operation will be non-partisan. At least it will until the House splits on partisan lines on significant legislation and Speaker Wills' Ad Agency mobilizes an all-out PR campaign touting the wonderfulness of the new legislation.

PS: I do believe Speaker Wills told an untruth in claiming he was misquoted.

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