Obama Defiles Reagan Stagecraft

In 2011 in Time Magazine, while President Obama's job approval was dropping like a rock, Ronald Reagan's daughter and faithful Obama supporter Patti Davis wrote an article entitled "Perception and Reality: What Obama Really Needs Right Now." Davis addressed Barack Obama's poor public image and did so by pointing out that Mike Deaver, White House Chief of Staff under President Reagan, helped shape America'spositive impression of her father by crafting patriotic theatre that enhanced the public's perception of the former president. Romesh Ratnesar, author of the book Tear Down This Wall, agreed with the premise that Mike Deaver's "true talent was stagecraft," and that he was the "most powerful force in the molding of President Reagan's public image." In her "perception and reality" article it was easy for Davis to stir up memories of the "windy promontory called Pointe du Hoc and the soft light over the English Channel as [her] father honored the 40th anniversary of D-Day," and...(Read Full Article)

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