Monday, August 10, 2009

White House Launches New 'Fight the Smears' Website for ObamaCare

ObamaCare's going down in flames, and the administration is freaking.

From Fox News, "
White House Launches Web Site to Battle Health Care 'Rumors'":

The Obama administration has launched a new Web site to battle what it calls "wild rumors" about the health care reform plans being pushed through Congress -- including an invitation for the public to tattle on any other "myths" they come across.

It comes a week after the White House asked the public to send in "fishy" information about health care reform.

The Web site, activated Monday, uses the same set-up as the "Fight the Smears" page the Obama campaign maintained last year to battle rumors seen as potentially damaging to his candidacy.

The new "
Reality Check" site site features a half-dozen alleged rumors about health care reform, responding to them with videos of top aides rebutting them.

"We're offering the site and tools to empower individuals across the country to take this content into their own hands and share it among their networks," a senior administration official said.

"That's the sort of bottom-up process that got us to the White House, and it's what's going to deliver meaningful change to the health insurance system."
That "senior administration official" sounds like Linda Douglass, the ObamaCare propagandist who took whithering fire this weekend while defending the snitch program at the White House.

Also, from Rasmussen Reports, "
On Health Care, 51% Fear Government More Than Insurance Companies" (via Memeorandum).

Image Credit: Dana Loesch, "
Seen All Over Missouri."


Anonymous said...

Check Craigs List, and see who is
Follow the money on who is being
hired and paid by the Obamabots
to protest those who are against
socialized medicine.

Tom the Redhunter said...

no thanks, "Anonymous"

The reality is that Obamacare is being exposed for what it is. the messiah cannot handle ordinary citizens questioning him, so they react in typical Chicago-thug style.

What's ironic is that it's Obama who grew up using Alinsky style tactics of agitation, just the sort he and his minions are accusing the Republicans of doing!

To be sure, I don't think disruptive tactics are good, no matter who does them. No one should be shouted down.

But all this talk from Democrats about how "oh we have to have civilized discourse" is just so much hypocrisy.

Law and Order Teacher said...

Isn't it ironic that the people who advocate discourse are so afraid of it now. Where are those ever present war protesters from the Bush days? The war is still on right, Americans are dying right, it the cause suddenly rightgeous?

Anonymous said...

Of course there will be money poured into this from both sides. Big Pharma has a deal? George Soros funding? Hospital lobbyist, former execs involved?
Let's expose it all.