The Lessons of 1984
The primary lesson of George Orwell’s 1984 is that [my political opponents] are truly totalitarian in intent. The entire culture of [my political opponents] revolves around doublethink, such as [insert reference to something that is contradictory, but only if you put it the way I put it]. And don’t get me started on [my political opponents]’s newspeak, what with [insert reference to or example of Political Correctness or alternately a way that political opponents frame an issue]. I truly fear if [my political opponents] gain and hold on to political power, 1984 will cease to be fiction.