Thursday, August 06, 2009

The Obamanation is seeking informants

In a post titled "Facts Are Stubborn Things" that is quickly generating nationwide controversy, Obama's staff are asking for people to turn in anyone who says anything "fishy" about the pro-abortion health plan.
With the abortion funding and insurance mandates for abortion that are in the bill, and the Obama's administration and pro-abortion groups insisting that pro-abortion components are not present, that could wind up at the top of the list.
"There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end-of-life care," the White House says. "These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain e-mails 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 e-mail or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to," the Obama web site says.
I'm saving Counterstrike trouble, and sending them my own links. Why don't you all turn yourselves in as troublemakers and fry their server?
Here's my email text:
"I am turning myself in as a pro-life anti-health care miscreant blogger"My blogs are Cause of Our Joy,and Causa Nostrae Laetitiae.
I stand for the sanctity of human life, and as a Catholic, oppose the health care which would deny my 74 year old mother her chemotherapy, and my daughter with Down syndrome her health care.
I also oppose the Capp provision for abortions to be paid by my tax dollars.
I will fight your health care agenda with every stroke of my keyboard.
If you send me trouble, my readers will know, a copy of this email is on my blog.

Leticia Velasquez

I'm not surprised that this should happen, just that it happened in Obama's first term. I thought he'd wait till we were fully under his spell before compiling an enemies list, however, with his popularity plummeting in the polls, Obama has resorted to Chicagoland tactics; seek and destroy your enemies.

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a red voice said...

I emailed as well as Obama about this new White House reporting program. It strikes at the heart of the First Amendment and has no place in this important debate about health care.

This outrageous attack on free speech is designed to stifle public debate about the health care issue - including growing concerns from Americans opposed to making abortion services mandatory health benefits.

Americans have the constitutional right to express their opinion and concerns about health care. This wrong move by the Obama Administration is nothing more than a blatant attempt to intimidate those who have legitimate concerns about the health care plan.

We must not let the White House intimidate us! We must continue to discuss and pass on information about the dangers of Obama's health care plan.

Elizabeth Kathryn Gerold-Miller said...

I refer to this post and put myself on the record as a fishy person here: