mardi, mars 10, 2009

Team Obama Gears Up For Countrywide Intimidation

This isn't good news.

Obama and team apparently plans to use more Alinskian tactics to intimidate the country into loving their economic plans.

From Obama's Propaganda Director:

In the video, Mitch Stewart, the director of Organizing for America, urged the president's supporters to take part in the "Organizing for America Pledge Project."

"The pledge project is an ambitious effort to map out and identify support for President Obama's economic blueprint across towns and communities in America," Stewart said.

"We're doing that by asking people to pledge your support for the broad initiatives outlined in President Obama's economic plan.

"Once you do, we will ask you to build support in your own communities by forwarding this pledge by email, by knocking on doors and by making phone call," he said.

"We will show in every state, in every congressional district the hunger, for leadership and long range thinking that's in too short supply here in Washington."

It's bad news, and I'm sure it's their "response" to the Tea Party.

They also will have the airwaves. Cover your ears and keep your mind.


Blogger Dad29 said...

Looks like I'll have to be wearing the .357 when I answer the doorbell in the future.

9:38 AM, mars 10, 2009  
Blogger Sean Hackbarth said...

Sorry to tell you but I doubt the tea parties are on the White House's radar yet. A sustained movement with growing numbers will be what gets their attention. What this call to action is about is finding something for the millions on President Obama's e-mail list to do. He doesn't want the list to go stale when he'll need them to push for more spending. (And there's also that thing about 2012.) If Obama's perpetual campaign doesn't keep supporters engaged they'll wander away.

And for what it's worth, if I were Obama's people I'd be doing similar things. No one knows how effective millions of networked activists can do to help an administration advance its agenda.

12:19 AM, mars 12, 2009  

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