BOCA RATON, FL.—TransMedia Group’s spin doctor Tom Madden has a prescription for sick politicians in Washington, DC.
“They need to take my PR3 prescription to combat SHUTDOWN FLU rampant today on Capitol Hill,” said the PR guru who has helped many PR clients beat reputational flu symptoms, including AT&T, Rexall Sundown and even The City of New York for which he won a Bronze Anvil Award from the Public Relations Society of America.
“Senators and Congressmen need my medicine before this flu spreads across the political spectrum, jeopardizing national safety, not to mention the health of millions of children in jeopardy of losing their health insurance in the midst of this epidemic of invective, enmity and peevishness gripping our Nation’s capital,” said Madden in his widely-circulated blog, MaddenMischief.com.
“I offer it freely because politicians are sneezing and coughing epithets into each other’s faces that only spreads and worsens the SHUTDOWN FLU. We’re reaching a point when our federal government will soon be bed-ridden. If unchecked, it could infect our economy, which is healthy right now.”
“I make it myself for occasional cases of crisis management TransMedia Group (www.transmediagroup.com) handles. All politicians must take hourly doses of PR3 10,000 IU.
“This medication supports politeness and civility, reduces fever and acrimony and promotes blame immunity.”
The medicine is commonly called PUBLIC RELATIONS, of which currently there is a short supply.
With reduced fever, Schumer might cease saying inflammatory things like “negotiating with this White House is like negotiating with Jell-O.”
Returning fire, President Trump pressures Congress to end the government shutdown amid high fever and deep uncertainty over whether Democrats and Republicans could soon break an impasse to restore federal funding
Trump exhorts Republicans to “fight for our Military and Safety at the Border,” while he says Democrats “just want illegal immigrants to pour into our nation unchecked.”
If stalemate continues, he urges Republicans to use the “Nuclear Option” to change the rules of the Senate and try to pass a long-term spending bill with a simple majority.
Could that risk prolonging the worst political flu season in U.S. history or maybe causing pneumonia?
While recovering from political flu, Madden advises reading his latest book, “Is there enough Brady in Trump to win the inSUPERable BOWL?” available on Amazon.
Media contact: Adrienne Mazzone 561-750-9800 x2270; firstname.lastname@example.org.