Obama and the Thugs

Cross posted from American Thinker

If any side has been guilty of astroturfing at townhalls, it is Obama supporters.  People posing as doctors have turned up at various events, hailing the President’s plan, only to be found out later.  Vandals smashed windows at the Democratic Party office in Denver early this week.  More astroturfing, apparently.  As Gateway Pundit has detailed:


The young vandal who smashed windows at the DNC headquarters in Denver on Tuesday worked for a democratic politician, was paid by a SEIU-related front group, and was arrested at the RNC convention last year in St. Paul.


Honestly, I never thought I would live to see the day when a president one-upped Nixon.  But this Obama thuggery gets worse by the day and our once-valiant mainstream press just yawns and accuses the innocent. 


Even Richard Nixon never, as far as we know, went so far as to orchestrate manufactured news, advise his supporters to “get in their faces” or use taxpayer dollars to promote political causes.


What in the world is this Country coming to?


Read: the full article here: http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/08/obama_and_the_thugs.html

One Response

  1. I suggest that the man and his “thugs” pay attention to what is happening in other parts of the world!

    This is a prime example of what happens when the majority is dissatisfied with a leader and their governments ruling party! The worse offense was when they stopped listening to the people!

    A historic vote and takeover of the reigning party took place in Japan.

    It was an article written by Eric Talmadge, for the Associated Press dated August 30, 2009, titled “Calls for fast action in Japan after historic vote”


    Mr. Talmadge goes on to give the reasons behind the historic votes to ousted the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan.

    “The country is mired in its worst economic slump since World War II, caught in deflation and with unemployment at record levels. Widespread voter dissatisfaction with the ruling party’s efforts at a
    turnaround led to a landslide victory for the opposition.”

    Does this “ring a bell” with anyone?

    We may have a world of differences (culture, beliefs, attitudes) but, I find that deep down inside, we all basically want what is in the best interest not just for ourselves but, for everyone!

    “We, the people have the power” to change our circumstances, through our rallies to protest and most importantly, through our votes!

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