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HCAN Playbook For Thwarting Town Hall Protesters
TPM Media ^
| Aug 4, 2009
| Health Care for America Now (HCAN)
Posted on 08/07/2009 10:33:56 AM PDT by foxfield
This is a memo to HCAN field workers that provides guidance on strategies and tactics for dealing with "right-wing attacks". Really good insight and preparation for what you should to expect when you show up for a town hall meeting or tea party.
TOPICS: Activism/Chapters; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: angrymob; hcan; longfuse
posted on 08/07/2009 10:33:56 AM PDT
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Its written by someone who is purposely misleading the reader. And you have to be sort of moron to believe it.
Insurance companies are hiring right wing extremists (like militia groups)? This is news to me!
posted on 08/07/2009 10:48:46 AM PDT
(Obama: The triumph of hope over evidence)
This whole business makes me sick to my stomach.
Democracy and reasoned debate have completely given way to Kabuki theater.
posted on 08/07/2009 10:50:47 AM PDT
The day is not too far off that there will be blood spilled in the streets. Even though I hate to see it, it seems inevitable.
President Obama - the Unifier - NOT!
posted on 08/07/2009 11:04:43 AM PDT
("America ... where are you now?" signed, a little "r" republican!)
HCAN today and asHCAN tomorrow.
To hell with this government takeover.
posted on 08/07/2009 1:39:15 PM PDT
(Our Founding Fathers were the first birthers: See Article II, Section I of the U.S. Constitution.)
“Its written by someone who is purposely misleading the reader. And you have to be sort of moron to believe it.”
We have all talked to some of these people and the schools are cranking them out nonstop. After we stop Obama and get a responsible Republican leadership installed I’d suggest we hold the schools to a new higher standard.
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