Old Democrat white guys take their “plantation black” voters for granted, but they don’t hold the demographic in high esteem. Here’s a video of Pennsylvania Democrat Rep. Paul Kanjorski comparing “minorities” and “defective” folk with “average, good American people.” A Freudian slip, but a very revealing one…
Congressman Mike Rogers from Michigan effectively skewered the Democrats’ health care plan speaking in the House of Representatives. He specified the dangers to individuals and described the unfairness to workers and employers. This short video is a must see.
The White House tells you to become a government informant on your email buddies, forum groups, social network friends, and favorite blogs. I kid you not. From the White House website:
There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end of life care. These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain emails or through casual conversation. Since we can’t keep track of all of them here at the White House, we’re asking for your help. If you get an email or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It would seem that The Drudge Report is the first victim of this latest Obama crackdown on free speech. From Fox Newswe have this:
White House Battles Drudge Over Health Care Video Clips
The White House is turning to the Internet to hit back at a Web posting that claims to show President Obama explaining how his health care reform plans eventually would eliminate private insurance.
The 3-minute White House video features Linda Douglass, a former network television correspondent and now White House Office of Health Reform communications director, sitting in front of a computer screen showing the Drudge Report Web site. That site carries a series of video clips from another blogger who strings together selected Obama statements on health care to make it appear he wants to eliminate the private health insurance business.
In the video Douglass says the site is “taking sentences and phrases out of context, and they’re cobbling them together to leave a very false impression.”
It has come to my attention that you are on the lookout for disinformation about health care. Judging by the examples given in your post, disinformation seems to include anything that contradicts the statements of Dear Leader. As such, I submit the following sources of disinformation:
The White House is using your tax dollars to go after the Drudge Report for linking to the Naked Emperor News video compilation of Obama and other Dems telegraphing how their “health care reforms” will lead to single payer.
Take a whiff of the White House bashing of Internet opponents: This is the smell of desperation.
Their lead attack dog? Former ABC News correspondent Linda Douglass.
The wife of an injured policeman wants to win a trip to Disney World for her family. Cincinnati Police Sergeant Bryce Bezdek was slammed by a truck about 2 years ago while deploying “stop-sticks” to end a high-speed car chase. Given only a 20% chance to live by his doctors, with his skull broken and his brain swollen and bleeding, he lay in a coma for several weeks. Supported by an outpouring of prayer from his community, he made a miraculous recovery against all the odds. After a year of intensive rehabilitation, he was able to leave the hospital and continue his therapy at home with his wife and two children.
His wife has made a video about his journey and entered it in a contest sponsored by Modern Mom magazine, for which the first prize is a trip to Disney World. It is a well-made video, and worth watching in any event. But by clicking the link and viewing the video, you are actually casting a vote to help this family win their dream vacation. In fact, if you really want to help, you can vote once each day until the 20th. We urge our readers to watch
Following his unsuccessful primary campaign for US President, Fred Thompson formed a political action committee (PAC) to support conservative candidates. Here is his just-released video endorsing the Republican ticket.
Fred Thompson is not worried because this is America…
…well Fred, you’re an articulate spokesman for “conservatives” but we have to tell you, we’re worried. Why? Because you spend 12 minutes and miss the problem of an America where the Obamas (the Elite) and the poorer cousins of the Obamas (growing minority “victim” class that resents White Christians as “institutionalized racists, imperialists, and colonialists”) voting in numbers that simply drown out the “Joe the Plumbers”. You speak of the “fabric” of this nation but that fabric has been converted from a distinct People imbued by and enmeshed in the Judeo Christian worldview of the Europeans who came to these shores to a multicultural, multi-colored quilt that has no pattern or meaning or truth beyond how many of the masses of “victims” of White institutionalized racism, imperialism, and colonialism can be registered to vote and bused to the polls on any given election day. If that demographic doesn’t “speak to you”, you just aren’t listening to the footsteps of the Million Man March. But hey, a little Reaganesque optimism is always a nice temporary balm….
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