Skip to comments.ObamaCare blowin’ in the wind
Posted on 12/15/2013 5:27:30 AM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Back in the 1960s, the rallying cry of the counterculture was coined by Timothy Leary: Turn on, tune in, drop out.
Today Americas young are also rebelling against the establishment. But this time their target is ObamaCare, and their rallying cry is Opt Out!
The battle is being fought across smart phones, social media and Internet sites by organizations such as Generation Opportunity, a self-described free-thinking, liberty-loving, national organization of young people promoting the best of being American. Generation Opportunity sponsors OptOut.org, where visitors can watch videos of a Creepy Uncle Sam trying to get unsuspecting youth to enroll in ObamaCare.
The group plans to spread its message using SnapChat an app that allows users to see photos or videos sent to them only for a brief instant before disappearing. Its precisely the kind of tech-savvy movement once associated with Team Obama.
In sharp contrast, the pro-ObamaCare efforts have been fairly lame of late...
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Twisting in the Wind, IMHO.
0 s “youth message”:
Friends dont let friends go without health insurance.
HA! So are friends supposed to pay for friends’ health insurance?? or just badger them to death with typical lib “I know better than you do” tirades??
Neither will work.
Obama and lame; two words that just seem to naturally be associated.
TOTALITARIANCARE - look out kid
1968-1975 did have some of the best music of all time.
In those years, parents didn't pay for their children to be educated. They paid for their children to have four years of free sex, drugs and rock and roll.
Once the 1970s began, we started listening to The Eagles, The Steve Miller Band and Allman Brothers, none of which had any protest songs that I know of.
There was a protest song I remember being a big hit in 1971 - it was "Signs" by the Five Man Electrical Band. No word on whether or not Les Emmerson, who wrote the song, allows common folk to wander around in his yard. Because putting up a sign saying "Keep Out" would be just wrong.
“1968-1975 did have some of the best music of all time.”
Not IMHO. It was the 30=s and 40's. But to each his own.
A Barry leaves office, the Husseincare penalties will be peaking. Not too good for the Hildabeast.
You’re right of course - I should have put “IMO” on my post!