Frank Luntz, in an interview with the Daily Beast's Daniel Stone:
[I]n the end, Mr. President, you can try to change the subject, but you can’t change reality.
I admit I'm biased; I can't really comment on Frank Luntz with the cold, steely objectivity required of any thoughtful analysis, but that's only because Frank Luntz is an unspeakably repugnant, ethically satanic homunculus who in a just world would be forced to suffer the consequences of his verbal perversions and political depravity.
President Obama can't change reality, Frank? Of course he can: tomorrow's realities, assuming the hydraheaded malignancy that you, Frank, help to install in assorted high offices multiplies no further. But we get it. You mean to say he can't change today's realities or those of yesterday--because, Frank, that's the territorial hocus-pocus reserved exclusively for you.
Yes, you and you alone, Frank, or so you believe, are morally free to inflict immeasurable harm on the innocent or ignorant, what with your reality-altering assaults on clarity: "death taxes," a "government takeover" of healthcare, any Obama bill as a "job-killing" bill, and so on. As a result, might many go without work, go without medical care--just plain go without? Of course they might.
But what do you care, Frank? You've got yours, you devious little prick.