Skip to comments.Obama's Organizers Beg for Positive Obamacare Stories
Posted on 01/30/2014 8:25:03 AM PST by gooblah
Worried by a wave of popular outrage at Obamacare, the activists of President Barack Obama's community organizing arm, Organizing for Action, are urging members to share positive stories about the president's flagship domestic policy. In an email to volunteers in Los Angeles, organizers note that "we are making a big effort to document the stories of people who have benefited from Obamacare" to counter negative stories.
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Time to make some up ,LOL
Breaking News: The crease in Obama’s pants is fantastic!!!
Might be easier to just gather up two negative TyrannyCare experiences. We all can recognize that two negatives make a positive...
Well, he’s positively an a$$.
Obamacare is ‘positively’ a bunch of crap.
Obama always holds on to his principles (cackle).
LA, and Hollywood is surely the place to start making things up.
I bet compliant lib groupies will start making some up and sending them in.
I’d say we demand verification with the default position being that they’re lying about any story they come up with.
The problem is, any true “positive” story would show someone leaching off of others, because there will be no positive stories from people who are actually paying for it.
Even though Obama was diagnosed w/ transient global amnesia
(only WRT Benghazi and O/care)---he valiantly carries on his
compelling duties as president (sob).
Last night in Chicago, black grassroots activists reacted to President Obamas State of the Union address at Wallaces Catfish Cornerand it wasnt pretty.
J.R. Fleming of the Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign said, This state of the union was the same ol same ol, a bunch of talk and rhetoric to give favor to a dying economy in Americaand the reason why our economy is dying is the Presidents approach is always to place blame Its not the 1 percent problem, its not the 99 percent problem, its an American problem, and the problem is patronage, nepotism and cronyism.
Joe Watkins, Founder of V.O.T.E. (Voices of the Ex-Offender) asked how raising the minimum wage was going to help people who dont have any jobs right now. Watkins remarked that despite holding a graduates degree, he has been unemployed for four years.
But perhaps the biggest slam was when Mark Carter, also of V.O.T.E., suggested that black Americans would be better off if the President would cut his presidency short and just quit. Carter direct his comments to the President, saying, if this is what you call helping us, then just stop helping us.
Carter went on to criticize the Presidents record during his time in Chicago as a community organizer. He had never done anything for the community, he didnt know the people in the community. All those things they talk about Altgeld Gardens, he wasnt doing that stuff for real.
Reread that next to last paragraph!
—they won’t get too many from Nevada, I suspect although Xerox gets the blame, so far—
Living proof that a holding a graduate's degree doesn't mean you're intelligent.
People who have benefited from Obamacare.
Laid off writers find jobs.