Thursday, August 06, 2009

Astroturfing By Obamatons

Having been blindsided by the spontaneous uprising of Americans who don't want to lose their health care freedom, the delusional DNC accused nameless insurance companies and right wing extremists of astroturfing, that is drumming up false grass-roots support to pack Congressional Representatives' town hall meetings.

Now the Obamatons are shamelessly astroturfing to get supporters to town hall meetings. The missive to supporters reads:
Friend –

I wanted to send you an urgent invitation to an important Town Hall with Sen. Jeanne Shaheen on Thursday morning. She’ll be talking to constituents and gathering feedback — this is an ideal opportunity to make sure your support of health insurance reform is seen and heard at exactly the right time to make a huge difference.

Our congressional representatives are back home this month, and they’re facing more and more pressure from special interests on health insurance reform. It’s critical that we get out there and show them where we stand.

I hope you can join us.

What: Health Care Town Hall with
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

Where: Grafton Town Hall
E Grafton Rd.
Grafton, NH 03240

When: Thursday, August 6th
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Our representatives are under attack by Washington insiders, insurance companies, and well-financed special interests who don’t go a day without spreading lies and stirring up fear. We need to show that we’re sick and tired of it, and that we’re ready for real change, this year.

Please come to the Town Hall, and make sure that the most powerful voices in this debate are those calling for real reform, not angrily clamoring for the status quo.

RSVP here: http://nh.barackobama.com/GraftonTH

Thanks,
Tim

Tim Arsenault
New Hampshire Field Director
Organizing for America

P.S. — Before the event, please print off a flyer to display and make sure that your support is visible.


Here's the funny part. The astroturfers are supplying signs with the Obama campaign logo. I guess that is truly transparency, but of an evil sort.


It is pitiful that the Obamacrats have to orchestrate friendly crowds to counter the spontaneous angry constituents. Pitiful. And evil.

h/t Hotair.com

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