Well, this didn’t take long to get the astroturfing and lies out
President Barack Obama will soon sign comprehensive health care reform into law. A century-long fight will finally be won.
On a completely partisan vote tally.
As the President wrote last night, it was you who made this improbable victory possible. It was volunteers knocking on doors, talking to neighbors, and proving once again that Americans, standing together, can change the course of a nation.
Let me fix that, Dave
As the President wrote last night, it was ignoring the American People that made this improbable victory possible. It was Senators and Congressmen/women taking bribes, ignoring and demonizing their constituents and private entities, abusing our Constitutional ideals, and proving once again that Democrats, standing together, can destroy the course of a nation.
Supporters like us now have a chance to add our names as “Co-signers” of this historic legislation — adding our names next to President Obama’s to show our pride in helping to bring about this great achievement.
Get to it, sheeple! We are your betters, and we know what you should do.
Organizing for America will establish a permanent archive with all the signatures, so that generations to come will have a record of those who stood together in this moment and won this fight for our future. And I will personally present all the names we collect to the President. Will you add your name?
Thanks for providing us with more chumps to ask for campaign donations. Say, I wonder if “This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee”, then why are the signatures being collected to give to Obama? Why is an official Obama adviser using OFA for communications?
That said, if you want to sign a real petition, not that Democrats give a rats’ a** what We The People want, then go to Repeal The Health Care Bill and sign away!
Oh, hey, look
A new CNN Opinion Research poll, conducted over the weekend as the House debated Obamacare, finds that 59 percent of Americans now stand opposed to the health care legislation in Congress. Just 39 percent of the poll’s 1,030 respondents said they favored the bill.
Good thing CNN tells us this the day after. And here come the lawsuits!