Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Heritage Foundation: Obama's Team Crosses The Rhetorical Line

Disgusting. That is the only word for the press release that President Barry Vladimir Hussein Soetero Obama's Brownshirt organization, Organizing For America, posted yesterday. The Heritage Foundation posted a screen shot of the release that was later taken down. The problem is not necessarily Obama's perpetual campaign, but the tactics and rhetoric used by his minions.

Today, President Obama’s campaign organization “Organizing for America” sent out a notice to its “grassroots” supporters. It asked them to wage a coordinated phone campaign for health care by calling their U.S. Senators on September 11 – also known as Patriot Day in honor of the thousands of Americans killed by Al Qaeda terrorists eight years ago. It goes on: “All 50 States are coordinating in this – as we fight back against our own Right-Wing Domestic Terrorists who are subverting the American
Democratic Process, whipped to a frenzy by their Fox Propaganda Network ceaselessly re-seizing power for their treacherous leaders.” Please read that again.

This is beyond disgraceful. This is the President's organizing body, so he must take full responsibility. These sleazy Socialists are comparing Americans who believe in individual liberty and who exercise their freedoms to influence their elected officials to the terrorists who killed 3,000 Americans on 9/11. Nice job, Leftist Democrats.

Most people now see through the phony bipartisanship Obama bleated about during his campaign. "Bipartisanship" was a poll-tested term that sounded good to folks. However, it is a concept that runs counter to the Chicago Way and Obama's "ends justify the means" style of politics. Obama didn't write the vile statement on the Organizing For America web site, but the words definitely reflected his methods and ideology. Apologies should be forthcoming--especially if Big Media ever covers the story. Don't hold your breath on that one.

1 comment:

  1. Wow. That's really all one can say about that.