Michael Moore
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Blue Dots in a Red Sea (Ep. 3)

Blue Dots in a Red Sea (Ep. 3)

They Are More Blue Than You — Or They — Know
It just looks red.

SPOILER ALERT! Your neighbors and coworkers are a lot more progressive than you think.

They already agree with you on so many things. If you talk to them, not about Democrats vs. Republicans but rather about clean air vs. polluted air, or the Golden Rule vs. the Rule of the Bullies, or women being paid the same as men vs. not, you’ll find more agreement with each other than not. So your Blue army is much bigger than you thought.

In this third episode of my special 12-day mini-podcast Tsunami series spreading my strategy of how we can turn red into blue across the country, I help you find the people who already agree with you but would never call themselves a Democrat.

This is how we win.

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Blue Dots in a Red Sea (A New Blue Tsunami Series)

Episode 1: Our Next “Impossible” Blue Tsunami Task: How to Win When You’re Blue in a Red State

Episode 2: You Are Not Alone. There Is Blue All Around.

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Music in this episode:

"Blue Bayou" — Linda Ronstadt

Graphic by: Lawrence Weru

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Michael Moore
Rumble with Michael Moore podcast
Academy Award-winning filmmaker and political provocateur Michael Moore offers his subversive and humorous take on the issues of the day and talks to a wide range of people from comedians and politicians to the people who’ve tried to kill him. Plus various mischief with Mike’s friends, family and the neighbors who don’t work for the NSA.