Friday, August 7, 2009

Angry Mobs Against This Health Care Reform

For those of you who have not seen the newest political ad made by the Democrat National Committee, here are some excerpts:

"The right wing extremist Republican base is back. They lost the election, the Recovery Act, and the Children's Health Care Act. Their goal is [only] to destroy President Obama and to stop the change Americans voted for overwhelmingly. They've called out the "mob". [As I recall, some 50 million Americans did NOT vote for Obama...., and many of those at town hall meetings DID vote for Obama, failing to suspect that he would try to literally "change" America in the way he is attempting]. They are "desperate" people with well-funded allies, an "angry mob". [please prove just ONE organized-by-these-allies' "storming" of a meeting! Would these be sort of like your George Soros mobs, perhaps? - or more like your ACORN mobs that Obama coached to
"get in their faces" during his campaign?). They've lost the confidence of the American people."

They cannot admit that we the people include republicans, conservatives, liberals and libertarians. We are, unlike the ACORN mobs, not gathered up, put in buses, and driven to events. We are there because we are fed up with a government who will not acknowledge that more than 80% of us LIKE our current health insurance, and don't want to chance losing it. And because we are scared of the massive debt President Obama has placed on our children and grand-children.

This is a despicable ad for the DNC to run, and follows right on the heels of Obama's administration setting up their "snitch" email site to track their detractors. It's obvious that one of their beliefs is that Free Speech only applies to those who agree with them. Now we learn that once an email is sent to the White House, it can never be deleted - so they have a permanent record of all who have therein expressed their difference with Obama. So be it.

In other examples of conservatives' evil ways:
: Do you think there's legitimate grassroot opposition going on here?

Pelosi: "I think they're Astroturf... [meaning the opposite of grassroots - sent by conservative groups] You be the judge. "They're carrying swastikas [ok - one person had a tshirt with a swastika!] and symbols like that to a town meeting on healthcare."

Barbara Boxer: "people storming the town hall meetings" and "well dressed people out to hurt President Obama" [No - we are out to keep this government takeover from happening].

We have been described as wearing Brooks Brothers suits (such as Obama's Inaugural suit?) , pink and green clothing - clear signs of an orchestrated group of protesters. There's one problem - in all photos of these "unruly mobs" we cannot find people dressed in this way. They all look like average Americans who are angry with the Congress and President..... and they aren't being listened to!

One congressman, who is refusing to hold town hall meetings during his August recess is saying that it is because we protesters are "brown shirt mobs" - comparing us to the Nazis.


Dem Rep. Brian Baird of Washington State has canceled in-person town halls, citing the protesters’ use of “Brown Shirt tactics.”

Instead of appearing in person, where “extremists” would have “the chance to shout and make YouTube videos,” Baird said Wednesday, he’s holding what he calls “telephone town halls” instead.

Baird said he’s using the new system because he fears his political opponents may be planning “an ambush” to disrupt his meetings, using methods Baird compared to Nazism.

Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada accused the protesters of trying to "sabotage" the democratic process. The Republican Party says it's not behind the protests, but Reid scoffed at the notion that the protesters reflect grass-roots sentiment. A senior Republican Senate aide shot back: "Harry Reid will be surprised to learn that not only do the people he routinely insults have opinions, they also vote. Right now the 'astroturf' is out-polling Harry Reid 60-40 in Nevada."

“What we’re seeing right now is close to Brown Shirt tactics,” Baird, D-Vancouver, said in a phone interview. “I mean that very seriously.”

I have found the mob leader - and it is President Obama, who is "astroturfing" from the White House, sending an email to his 13 million "brownshirts" whom he amassed via Organizing for America during his campaign, asking his minions to get out on the street to fight back, to flood the town hall meetings, to "get in their faces" again. He has been joined by John Sweeney of the AFL-CIO, who has announced he’ll be sending in union members to the meetings to counter health care’s critics."


The headline reads: Hateful Elderly Rightist Nazi Dittohead GOP Thugs Storm AARP Meeting! [The AARP spokeswoman just unplugs her microphone and leaves, unwilling to entertain questions! The senior citizens calmly took over the meeting, giving those who wished to speak the chance to do so.]

At a town hall meeting near Tampa, Florida liberal organizers were accused of attempting to allow early admission to those who were seen as favorable to health care plans making their way through Congress. Over 1500 citizens showed up, and the anti-health care bill people were on the outside, demanding their right to be inside.


Violence is now part of these town hall meetings (in St. Louis County, for another example), for Obama's counter-rebels are not just talking and asking questions. This is "community organizing" the ACORN/Obama way. He must be so proud. Inciting riots can be oh, so exciting....

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