Instructions have come down from the Obama Borg hive in regard to talk radio.
“The fate of health reform has been a focus of debate in living rooms and offices, on TV and online — and on talk radio,” states Obama’s activism website. “And since millions of folks turn to talk radio as a trusted source of news and opinions, we need to make sure OFA supporters are calling in with a pro-reform message.”
Organizing for America is a netroots project of the Democratic National Committee and establishment Democrats.
Most of the talk shows recommended are hosted by the usual neocons and faux conservatives, including Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Neil Boortz, Dennis Miller, and the Watergate era criminal G. Gordon Liddy.
“Be polite, respectful, and clear. Remember, you represent Organizing for America,” Obama’s site instructs.
Organizing for America is a netroots project of the Democratic National Committee and establishment Democrats who are itching to force “health care reform” on you at gunpoint.
Obama’s site encourages MoveOn (a George Soros project) and other globalist organizations to “get involved locally.”
“Some hosts may challenge your views,” the marching orders continue. “Stay calm and firm. Sharing a personal story about how health reform affects you and your family is a great way to show the importance and urgency of health reform.”
No doubt the suggested neocon talk show hosts will respond in predictable left versus right fashion and call Obama’s proposed “mandate” socialism.
In fact, the only relevant argument against health care “reform” at gunpoint is that the debt creation plan is an egregious violation of the Constitution (under the Commerce clause) and the Tenth Amendment, specifically: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” Once upon a time, this was accepted as a truism.
Thankfully, as of October 2009, five states have introduced legislation that would declare certain provisions of any proposed national health care bill to be null and void within the state under State Sovereignty Resolutions and Nullification Acts. On February 1, 2010, the Virginia Senate took a stand against a key provision of a proposed federal health care overhaul, passing legislation declaring that Virginia residents cannot be forced to buy health insurance.
More states need to follow suit before the Democrats finagle this monstrosity into law.