Skip to comments.PERMANENT CAMPAIGN: OBAMA SPEECH LAUNCHES 'ORGANIZING FOR ACTION' NATIONWIDE
Posted on 02/13/2013 6:51:47 AM PST by TADSLOS
As President Barack Obama delivered the State of the Union address, activists involved in his new non-profit advocacy group, Organizing for Action, gathered in local meetings around the country to watch and cheer him on. The new 501(c)4 organization, which is an offshoot of his re-election campaign, aims to support the presidents policies and to project the power of the White House beyond Washington into local communities and media.
I joined a gathering in southern California, which rented out a local pub and tuned in on the big screen. The buildup to the event was almost as interesting as the event itself. I received several email invitations to join a State of the Union-watching party; once I had accepted, I received two confirmation emails with detailed directions, plus a personal phone call the day before the address just to make sure I knew where to find the event.
When I arrived, a small crowd had already gathered. The sign-in sheet was not simply a record of attendance; instead, organizers asked guests to sign up for one or more issue campaigns: gun violence, immigration reform, and the presidents budget plan. People were quite friendly, and unmistakably liberal; one discussion debated whether it was the military or the police that had pushed LA cop-killer Christopher Dorner over the edge.
We all settled down at the bar or around tables to watch the event. Loud applause broke out for President Obama when he entered the chamber, and at several times during the speech itself. The group was particularly pleased by lines about climate change and on immigration reform, though the clapping stopped when the president spoke of going to the back of the line behind the folks trying to come here legally, a conservative theme.
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Once a ‘Community Organizer’ ALWAYS a Community Organizer........
Does it really matter what Hussein Obama says in the SOTU speech? Its been the same drivel since 2009. He promises all kinds of things, tries to sound eloquent with grand schemes, and basically says that more spending will solve everything.
Its a joke. A show. Something for the jackass talking heads to prattle on about on the news channels. But its meaningless to people who actually have to work to pay bills. The country is being destroyed and our so-called leaders (including gutless coward Republicans) are just watching it burn. They all make me sick.
Sounds like an Agenda-21 wannabe.
In a pub, no less. Adolph would be proud.
The Beer Hall Putz!...........
I wonder if he means his organization implemented to infiltrate anyone or anything that does not agree with the communist regime. I wonder if these fools really believe what the communists say and they are being paid lower than normal wages to do the dirty work while their alleged leaders are making big bucks.
You know that sounds a lot like what they are preaching against.
“Organizing for Action” is spelled B-R-O-W-N-S-H-I-R-T-S, otherwise known as National Socialist American Workers Party (the NoSocks movement?).
They are certainly useful idiots at best and future storm troopers at worst.
ACORN has morphed and mestasasized. All they need now are snappy uniforms. They already have the weapons and ammo to pass out.
I wish I were a talented hyper-graphic artist -- what I picture in my mind id four bare feet, each joined at the ankle, 90 degrees apart, and each pointing in a clockwise direction on a circle.
Can't do it at my level of html. Get what I envision? a footy hakenkreuz for the NSAWP NoSocks ShutzStaffeln --
Did Organizing for Action pop for the beer?and did they hand out cell phones?Oh oh did the pass around free weed?.
Liberals doing what they do best using bribes,and the suckers take the bait.
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