Skip to comments.Seminar Caller Surge (vanity)
Posted on 10/02/2013 5:25:23 PM PDT by FreeAtlanta
Have you noticed an increase in Seminar Callers, bloggers, emails and news articles? "I have a pre-existing condition" "My sister has a pre-existing condition" "I signed up in minutes" "The AHC will save me money" etc. etc. etc.
It is too much of an increase not to be coordinated. I even got one from a fed friend of mine today. It makes me wonder if Federal employees have been encouraged to do this propaganda. How many are lying and how many telling the truth????
A seminar caller is a coined phrase for someone who mainly telephones conservative radio talk shows for the purpose of astroturfing, which is the mass promotion of a particular product, service, or opposing political point of view as if it were genuinely spontaneous, or grassroots.... from wikipedia (yuck, but good this time)
One of the navigator’s duties?
I know someone who got a job a couple years ago promoting 0bamacare through their social media contacts.
It should be criminal for one political party to use tax dollars to promote their agenda.
I have noticed an upsurge in talking point social media posts. Rehashing the promises made to pass it as fact, everyone who complains about their healthcare costs skyrocketing is just being selfish, etc, ad nauseum. They completely ignore what is actually in the law and the mountain of regulations, as well as stories from real people who are getting hammered by this.
Like the “physician” who called Hannity today. Total seminar caller and, to his credit, Sean handed him his butt on a platter.
I never listen to Hannity, but today I happened to tune in. Does anyone know who the Repub Congressman was that was on the show around 5:00-5:15 eastern time? He was great but I never got his name.
I didn’t catch his show today, but Eric Erickson (Red State) had one that nearly had me throwing up.
Yes, they infiltrate social media and conservative sites with their propaganda. Happens every time there’s important legislation at stake or leading up to an election.
Yeah, but I was shocked to get the talking points from an old friend of mine who has gone on to a fed agency. He is “excepted from furlough”.
Another explanation of the increase in seminar callers and seminar bloggers is they are on holiday.. um, furloughs, but why would that really be different than what these non-essentials are normally doing?
The fallout from Obamacare has the left scared, so they are trotting out seminar callers and posters to shore up support among the low information voters. It is easily defeated, and at least some people are starting to get a clue about the whole mess.
“I’m a lifelong Republican, but......”