Washington’s latest communication strategy: Snark

“Snark sells—and Washington is trading in it heavily these days,” Daniel Libit wrote for Politico . “While witty (or not so witty) banter has always had its place inside the Beltway, the media’s lust for the pithy and the pissy has made snarkiness a well-rewarded communication strategy.” This strategy seems rife with danger. Just imagine John Kerry saying, “Oh puh-leaze, NRA, rights for gun owners is sooo 2006.” Related TechCrunch Step aside Politico . AOL&…

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