Wednesday, September 2, 2009

'Our own Right-Wing Domestic Terrorists'

It's official:
Today, President Obama’s campaign organization "Organizing for America" sent out a notice to its "grassroots" supporters. It asked them to wage a coordinated phone campaign for health care by calling their U.S. Senators on September 11 -- also known as Patriot Day in honor of the thousands of Americans killed by Al Qaeda terrorists eight years ago. It goes on: "All 50 States are coordinating in this – as we fight back against our own Right-Wing Domestic Terrorists who are subverting the American Democratic Process, whipped to a frenzy by their Fox Propaganda Network ceaselessly re-seizing power for their treacherous leaders."
Stop the ACLU has a screen-cap of the Organizing for America page. Three observations:
  1. Note the liberal assumption that no one would oppose Obama's socialist agenda unless they were "whipped to a frenzy" by Fox News. Personally, I'm "whipped to a frenzy" by watching the financial and economic news on CNBC, but maybe that's just me.
  2. What the First Amendment specifically protects as the right "to petition the government for a redress of grievances" is denounced by Obama's supporters as "subverting the American Democratic Process." If that's what they think about your First Amendment rights, what do you suppose they think of your Second Amendment rights?
  3. When conservatives organize their protests, the Left screams "Astroturf!" When the Obama operation organizes counter-protests -- and remember that Obama's media Gepetto, David Axelrod, is the Father of Astroturf -- that's spontaneous grassroots activism.
As I've said before, nobody can accuse liberals of not having standards. They've got exactly two.


  1. I am proud to be called a right wing terrorist,
    and this grandma "aka Nana" will keep protesting Obama and the liberal left until they give up or I'm dust to dust.

  2. This is not surprising, coming from these degenerates. On Monday, Gateway Pundit reported Organizing For America telling their supporters "Reclaim Our Land From The Heirs Of, Yes: Bin Laden - You Know It's True". Also, opponents of ObamaCare are not "being led closer to God" and that they are "the Super-Heroes" administering the "Super-Heroe Karate Chops"

    Oh well; nice to see that they at least remember 9/11.

  3. What's good for the goose apparently isn't good for the gander. Hypocrites.

  4. It is astounding what lengths Obama supporters will go to (and I wonder if the Obama administration itself can be this clueless, but these days, I don't wonder very much). The inmates are, indeed, threatening to take over the asylum.

  5. First, those who oppose a government health care option do not deserve to be called "terrorists" in any sense of the word. Second, this post WAS NOT the product of someone employed through Obama's Organizing for America. It was simply an entry posted on the site by an outsider (Read the Heritage Foundation release!). In good faith, how can news organizations--like FOX--claim that this is the product of Obama or the organization? It would be like making the host of this site responsible for the all the posting made here. Please, let's us proceed responsibly and respectfully.

  6. "How can news organizations--like FOX--claim that this is the product of Obama or the organization?"

    By not having someone moderate items before they are posted.

    How long was it there before it was deleted?

    Was it deleted because the administration was appalled, or because it made them look bad?

    I don't visit sites like, so I don't know whether they allow comments on postings, or (if so), if the commenters blasted this post or agreed with it.
    If the posting was by a Moby, the reaction of the regulars would be instructive.

  7. And--whaddya know! My comment awaits moderation. And our Host isn't the Leader of the Free World. So you *can* let total strangers post things on your website without letting nut cases run wild.