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jwhop
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posted August 19, 2009 12:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for jwhop     Edit/Delete Message
The evidence is in. In spite of leftist lies about insurance companies planting lobbyists and all the other "poop" coming out of the mouths of Socialists attempting to cram Socialist healh care down the throats of Americans...it's those very same Socialists who are planting shills in town hall meetings.

SOMETHING IN THE AIR
Town halls burst with Obama 'plants'
Campaign donors, health care lobbyist, SEIU members, fake doctor
Posted: August 13, 2009
11:15 pm Easter
By Chelsea Schilling


In town hall meetings billed as opportunities for Americans to ask health care questions of an "open" and "transparent" administration, the White House may be selecting President Obama's own supporters to ask non-compromising questions.

The White House insists that attendees are selected at random, but a closer look reveals many questioners range from Obama campaign donors and Organizing for America volunteers to single-payer health care lobbyists and Service Employees International Union members.

The blogosphere is still on fire with stories about possible "plants" at an Aug. 11 Portsmouth, N.H., health care town hall.

An adoring audience member shouted, "We love you!"

"I love you back!" Obama declared.

After the president's speech, members of the audience chanted, "Yes we can! Yes we can! Yes we can!"

Just before taking questions from the attendees, Obama said, "If you have a question just raise your hand. There are people with microphones in the audience. I am going to try to go girl-boy-girl-boy, to make sure it's fair."

The first audience member to ask a question was Peter Schmidt, a state representative from Dover who championed his "wonderful government-run health care plan called Medicare."

"I like it. It's affordable, it's reasonable, nobody tells me what I need to do," he said. "I just go to my doctor at the hospital, I get care."

Schmidt later told New Hampshire's WMUR 9 that a friend applied for and won tickets to the event from a White House website. He said his friend couldn't go to the town hall and gave Schmidt the seat.

According to the report, the state Democratic Party said approximately 1,500 people received tickets. The White House claims attendees are randomly chosen by a computer. Nearly 300 other people received invitations.

Next, an 11-year-old girl named Julia Hall took the microphone and read her question to Obama from a small piece of paper.

The young Malden, Mass., resident said, "As I was walking in, I saw a lot of signs outside saying mean things about reforming health care. How do kids know what is true, and why do people want a new system that can that help more of us?''

Obama took the opportunity to address what he referred to as an "underlying fear that people somehow won't get the care they need.''

Kathleen Manning Hall, Julia's mother, was seated next to her daughter during the exchange. She, too, won tickets from the White House, according to WMUR.

Kathleen was an early Obama supporter and donor in Massachusetts during the presidential election, the Boston Globe reported. She had previously met Michelle Obama, the Obama daughters and Vice President Joe Biden.

Blue Mass Group revealed Kathleen also helped organize a fundraising party for Obama's presidential campaign in August 2008. The event featured David Cutler, key adviser to the Obama campaign on health care policy matters.

FEC records show Kathleen Hall donated $636 to the Obama campaign in 2008. She also gave $230 to Obama for America on June 15, 2007; $250 on Sept. 28, 2007; $500 on Sept. 30, 2007; $300 on March 2, 2008. She donated $1355 to Obama under "Kathleen Hall, Legal Assistant, Looney & Grossman."

Kathleen Hall's Facebook page includes high profile friends such as: Democrat Martha Coakley, Massachusetts attorney general; Adam Parkhomenko, former aide to Hillary Clinton; Addisu Demissie, national political director of Organizing for America and former Ohio Get out The Vote director of Obama for America; Adrienne Elrod, chief of staff to Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Calif.; Huffington Post blogger Alan Rosenblatt, associate director for online advocacy at the Center for American Progress; and Alayna Van Tassel, budget and policy director for Massachusetts Sen. Pat Jehlen.

Julia's mother claimed she was surprised when her daughter said she wanted to ask a question. They wrote it down beforehand, and Obama later called on her.

Organizing for America volunteer

At a July 1 Annandale, Va., town hall, a woman who claimed to have kidney cancer fought back tears as she explained her trouble obtaining insurance and keeping a job.

Obama hugged Appalachia, Va., resident Debby Smith, 53.

He referred to her as "exhibit A" in a weak health care system that is too costly and complex for Americans.

"We are going to try to find ways to help you immediately," Obama told Smith

However, Smith never mentioned that she is a volunteer for Organizing for America, Obama's political operation within the Democratic National Committee. USA Today revealed that she received her ticket to the event from the White House.

"The questions posed from social media networks were selected by White House staffers, and the three people he called on from the audience all were affiliated with advocacy groups that support Obama," the newspaper reported. "Smith said the White House invited her to attend after she had spoken at events for Organizing for America, an Obama grassroots operation at the Democratic National Committee. Another questioner said he worked for Health Care for America Now, and the third identified herself as a member of the Service Employees International Union."

Lobbyist for single-payer health care

After one breast cancer survivor complained that her family is drowning in medical bills, Obama took questions from the audience at a June 11 health care town hall in Green Bay, Wis. For what appeared to be an unprompted question, one woman in the audience, Paulette Garin, took the microphone. CNN identified the woman simply as a town hall attendee and misspelled her last name as "Guerin."

However, Newsbusters revealed the unassuming middle-aged woman wearing a flowery knit sweater and glasses was no ordinary concerned citizen.

Paulette Garin poses question to Obama about health care

Garin was a recent Democrat candidate for Wisconsin's 1st congressional district. She is also a district coordinator for the Leadership Conference for Guaranteed Health Care, a national lobbyist organization for single payer health care, and Wisconsin state coordinator for the Progressive Democrats of America.

Just five days earlier, Garin was also a featured speaker at an Organizing for America event in Elkhorn, Wis., where she promoted government health care. In the following video, Garin can be seen making her presentation:

And five more

Obama called on five carefully selected town hall attendees on March 26 who were some of his strongest supporters. According to the Washington Post, the attendees appeared to be randomly selected by the president, but they were anything but a diverse group.

Sergio Salmeron

1. One man stood and identified himself: "My name is Sergio Salmeron. I want to find out about health care."

But Salmeron failed to disclose that he had been involved with Obama's campaign in 2008.

He told the Post he was a volunteer canvasser for the campaign, performing voter registration and translation work. He's also a volunteer member of the Democratic National Committee and an active organizer for Organizing for America.

He said he was invited by the White House to attend the event.

"I got a call from this woman who has been working with me for the pledge drive," he told the Post referring to the Organizing for America drive to lobby for Obama's budget proposal. "You know, we're trying to get support out for the president's agenda."

2. "Sir, I'm Tom Sawner," the next town hall attendee said. "I'm a service-disabled veteran, small-business owner in Arlington, Va. My company, Educational Options, works with public schools."

FEC records reveal that Sawner donated $250 to the Obama campaign on Oct. 27,2008 and an additional $2,750 to Virginia Democrats. According to the Post, he also served as an adviser on Obama's educational platform committee.

Carlos Del Toro

3. Another town hall attendee identified himself: "My name is Carlos Del Toro. I served in the Navy for 26 years, retired four years ago, and started a small business."

But the report revealed Del Toro was a Democratic candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates in 2007. He supported Obama during the general election and endorsed him in an Oct. 24, 2008, commentary piece published in the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star.

Linda Bock

4. Next, a woman introduced herself: "My name is Linda Bock and I'm a registered nurse just in Prince George's County, Md. been there 34 years at a free senior health center. And I'm here with my fellow nurses from SEIU."

Bock's chapter of the Service Employees International Union endorsed Obama, and she helped campaign and canvass for him.

She told the Post she was invited to the event through the Nurse Alliance Leadership Council.

5. A woman named Bonnee Breese stood and said, "Hi, Mr. President. Thank you so very much for having me, a public school teacher from Philadelphia, Pa., here to be with you."

Breese was a member of Facebook's Pennsylvania for Obama page. Asked by the Post if she is an Obama supporter, she replied, "Of course!"

Known for being "politically engaged," Breese accepted her invitation to the town hall from the American Federation of Teachers union. She sits on the executive board of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, Local 3.

That's 'Doctor' to you

Obama's town halls aren't the only places alleged "plants" may be appearing.

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, hosted a Houston town hall forum on Aug. 11. A supporter of federal health "reform," Roxana Mayer, identified herself as a "general practitioner" who has been practicing for four years.

Jackson Lee encouraged applause for Mayer and hugged her.

"I don't know what there is in the bill that creates such a panic," Mayer later told the Houston Chronicle.

But a blog called Patterico's Pontifications revealed that Mayer had lied about her occupation. Her name was not listed in the AMA Doctor Finder or with the Texas Medical Association. Instead, the blogger discovered that a Roxana Mayer is listed as a graduate student at the University of Houston. A woman by the same name is pursuing a master's degree in social work.

Mayer later confirmed to the Houston Chronicle that she is not a doctor.

"I've been advised to refrain from making any further statements," she said.

Patterico's Pontifications kept digging and soon discovered that Roxana Mayer is listed as a Texas delegate for Obama. (Mayer listed in directory in center of page.)

Roxana Mayer listed as Texas delegate for Obama

Gibbs questioned

White House spokesman Robert Gibbs insisted that audience members had been selected randomly for town halls at a July 1 daily press briefing. Reporters grilled him on "prepackaged" town hall meetings where the White House allegedly screened and choreographed which questions would be asked. CBS' Helen Thomas accused the White House of "controlling the press" and not "having any answers." The following is a video of the exchange:

Gibbs addressed the subject again on Aug. 12, applauding the polite nature of the recent town hall.

"People want to take the opportunity to find out from the president to have him answer their questions about why he's doing what he's doing and the concerns they may have on the legislation," Gibbs said at the daily briefing. "I think most people took that opportunity as something that was positive.

"I think some of you were disappointed yesterday that the president didn't get yelled at," Gibbs told reporters.

"The president wanted to have what I think what happened which was a rational discussion about health care reform legislation. I think that's what ensued. Did everybody agree? I think the answer to that is obviously no."

In a Fox News interview, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele addressed Gibbs' statements.

"You've got the president, who has a town hall meeting, and we applaud him for that," Steele said. "Then Gibbs comes out and talks about how peaceful and respectful it was. Yeah, it's great when you stack the room."

Recruiting and busing Obamacare activists

According to New Hampshire's DMUR 9 News, Obama health care supporters are being driven to town hall meetings by the busload:

As WND reported, amid accusations of insurance companies and the Republican Party deploying "Astroturf mobs" of health reform opponents, help wanted ads are appearing on Craigslist that offer to pay citizens between $9 and $16 an hour to lobby for the passage of Obama's health care. One Sacramento Craig's List ad declares, "Help pass Obama's health care reform! Earn $325-$550 per week!"

Another Craigslist ad in San Francisco invited prospective applicants to "join motivated staff around the country working to make change happen."

The same ad ran in the Craigslist Washington, D.C., section. Similar ads were posted in Minneapolis, Minn., and Columbus, Ohio, sections.

Organizing for America is also calling on Obama supporters to show up at local representatives' offices to show support for health reform.

"As you've probably seen in the news, special interest attack groups are stirring up partisan mobs with lies about health reform, and it's getting ugly," a letter from Organizing for America states. "Across the country, members of Congress who support reform are being shouted down, physically assaulted, hung in effigy, and receiving death threats. We can't let extremists hijack this debate, or confuse Congress about where the people stand."

The group even offers to provide "information to drop off about how the health care crisis affects your state (with the option of adding your personal story)" and "a step-by-step guide" for pushing health "reform" at district offices.

Lawmakers face angry voters

Sen. Specter warns angry citizen he will be forced to leave while attendee tries to physically direct him out the door

As WND reported, legislators coming to their home districts in attempt to sell the health care plan to constituents are being met with fierce opposition and huge crowds.

Now, some lawmakers are taking extra precautions or refusing to host in-person town halls. Rep. Gene Green, D-Texas, is now requiring photo identification to ensure only his own constituents may attend his town hall meetings. He told The Hill he's requiring photo IDs to prevent a "coordinated effort to disrupt our town hall meetings."

Rep. Silvestre Reyes, D-Tex, is refusing to host a town hall meeting. Instead, he took health care calls during an appearance on a local radio show. He told the El Paso Times, "I'm not going to give people a stage to perform."

Likewise, Rep. Norm Dicks, D-Wash., told the Peninsula Daily News he will not host traditional town hall forums. Instead, he has opted to attend an RSVP-only health care event organized by the local Democratic Party.

The following list contains several recent examples of citizens voicing their concerns about federal health "reform" to lawmakers:

Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., was confronted by self-described Democrats who accused their representative of lying about health reform and protested, "Why would you try to stuff a health care plan down our throats in a couple days when the president took six months to pick a dog for his kids?"

Also in Maryland, Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., admitted to receiving nearly 1,600 RSVP's for a town hall meeting at a concert hall that only seated only 500. When and estimated 1,500 showed up for the meeting, protesters lined the streets outside with signs and shouts.At another Aug. 12 town hall, skeptics outnumbered health "reform" supporters by roughly 2 to 1. One woman prompted a standing ovation when she said, "Your government has lost the faith and trust of the American people."

In Mehlville, Mo., protesters lined up around the block of the Bernard Middle School gym where Rep. Russ Carnahan, D-Mo., had planned a public forum. When hundreds were left standing on the street, they remained outside into the evening. Eventually, a union representative reportedly assaulted one of the protesters, Kenneth Gladney, which lead to six arrests, including a St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter. Gladney later appeared in an interview on the Fox News Channel explaining the attack, which drew national attention.

A video posted on YouTube, one of many from around the country, reportedly shows several hundreds standing outside in a stunningly long line, waiting to get into a packed town hall meeting on health care with Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga. At least 500 citizens showed up in an auditorium while between 1,000 and 1,500 watched the discussion on closed circuit television screens in the gymnasium.

Rep. Tim Bishop, D-N.Y., has called off further events after a June 22 event he held in Setauket, N.Y., in which protesters dominated the meeting by shouting criticisms at the congressman for his positions on energy policy, health care and the bailout of the auto industry.

Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., got an earful, too especially on the health-care issue.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., heard from a very well-informed veteran to the enthusiastic applause of those gathered. She faced "shouts and jeers" even in "friendly territory" at her town hall forum on Aug. 10.

Sen. Arlen Specter, D-Pa., also heard from the crowd when he made a gaffe by saying the work needs to be done "fast."

U.S. Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., tried to explain at a town hall that people "don't know" how much they're already paying to cover the uninsured, but his reasoning was drowned out by protesters.

WND reported the story of Mike Sola, a Michigan father who confronted Dingell in a separate meeting over what he feared Obamacare would do to his handicapped adult son. Sola later reported he was threatened at his home, at night, by supporters of the government health care plan.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., visited a Denver, Colo., clinic for the homeless to raise support for Obama's health care plan, only to be met by streets lined with protesters opposed to the measure.

Rep. Lloyd Doggett, D-TX, went out to meet constituents, only to be met with protesters shouting in opposition to the health care bill, "Just say no!"

At a health care town hall event in Syracuse, N.Y., in July, police were called in to restore order, and at least one heckler was taken away by local police.

Close to 100 sign-carrying protesters greeted Rep. Allen Boyd, D-Fla., at a late June community college small-business development forum in Panama City, Fla.

Danville, Va., anti-tax tea party activists claimed they were "refused an opportunity" to ask Rep. Thomas Perriello, D-Va., a question at a town hall event and instructed by a plainclothes police officer to leave the property after they attempted to hold up protest signs.

Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., was chased by a crowd saying the Pledge of Allegiance.

The constituents of Rep. John Tanner, D-Tenn., unable to access their representative through a town hall meeting, created a video charging that Tanner has met with Michael Moore and Fidel Castro, "But he won't meet his constituents in the 8th District to talk about health care."
Rep. Kathy Castor's Aug. 6 town hall meeting in Tampa, Fla., ended abruptly after 1,500 citizens attempted to enter an event intended to hold approximately 250 people. Castor left 15 minutes into the meeting. Just outside the meeting room, constituents chanted, "You work for us," "Tyranny, tyranny'' and "Read the bill." Castor now says she will hold teleconferences with constituents rather than public meetings.

In Maryland, Sen. Ben Cardin faced booing and jeering constituents at his Aug. 10 forum as he attempted to defend the health care legislation. When one person asked Cardin for a single example of a government-run program that provided services to citizens at a lower cost, Cardin cited national parks system and Medicare. The crowd booed and jeered in disapproval.
More than 200 citizens shared their thoughts on government-run health care with Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa. On several occasions, he was challenged by the crowd after he declared the current health care system unsustainable. During an Aug 8 event, one man yelled: "This is not health reform, this is control, control over our lives!"

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=106811

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posted August 19, 2009 01:54 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for AcousticGod     Edit/Delete Message
You mean Obama ensured his audience was sympathetic with him Bush-style?

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posted August 19, 2009 02:06 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for katatonic     Edit/Delete Message
this is a very good demonstration of what the phrase "the kettle calling the pot black" means.

considering the violent and organized objections to this whole issue, why is it not okay for supporters of reform to attend these meetings?

is it your only tactic to accuse the other side of what your own side has been shown to be doing? who is being disingenuous here?

people are seriously divided on this issue. why shouldn't people who are for it have as much voice as those against? do you honestly think this man was elected on this platform because no one wanted it?

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posted August 19, 2009 02:33 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for jwhop     Edit/Delete Message
There are no bussing in of protesters by those opposed to O'Bomber's destruction of the best health care system on earth.

On the other hand, O'Bomber is seeding his audiences with those known to him and his union thug friends from the UAW, the Service Employees Union and of course ACORN.

Those are just facts which cannot be denied by rational people.

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posted August 19, 2009 02:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for AcousticGod     Edit/Delete Message
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There are no bussing in of protesters by those opposed to O'Bomber's destruction of the best health care system on earth.

There was. And there was also an instruction manual (or instruction manuals)on what to do to disrupt town hall meetings on healthcare, which I saw on two separate news programs on different channels.

Check out Americans For Prosperity's buses.

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posted August 20, 2009 01:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for katatonic     Edit/Delete Message
in any case it is hardly suspicious that people who support the program-in-the-works should show up. the naysayers and lynchers are actually in a minority - just because they make more noise doesn't mean they're representative of the majority.

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posted August 20, 2009 03:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for jwhop     Edit/Delete Message
Show me the proof acoustic that opponents of O'BomberCare were bussed in to attend town hall meetings.

I've seen the video of SEIU members and others getting off school buses to agitate for O'BomberCare.

Which raises an interesting question. What the hell are taxpayer funded school districts doing getting involved in politics. Who authorized the use of school district buses for political ideology and did the school district(s) charge for the use of the buses, a driver and fuel.

I've also read stories of reserving seats for union members, ACORN members and others in favor of O'BomberCare...while those opposed were turned away at the doors.

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posted August 27, 2009 11:58 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for jwhop     Edit/Delete Message
Now here's a switch.

demoscats who have accused audience members of being plants..shills..organized outside their districts; the same demoscats who have actually stacked their audiences with shills, plants and those organized outside their districts have now resorted to demanding proof questioners at town hall meetings live in their districts.

Desperation rules in the hearts of these moron congressional supporters of O'BomberCare.

Consider this as advertising to extol the virtues of demoscat morons in the Congress of the United States.
http://www.breitbart.tv/congressman-demands-to-see-constituents-id-before-allowing-town-hall-question/

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posted August 27, 2009 12:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cpn_edgar_winner     Edit/Delete Message
an email i received regarding this......

Hello All,

By now you have probably heard that President Obama came to Montana last
Friday. However, there are many things that the major news has not covered.
I feel that since Bill and I live here and we were at the airport on Friday
I should share some facts with you. Whatever you decide to do with the
information is up to you. If you chose to share this email with others I do
ask that you DELETE my email address before you forward this on.

On Wednesday, August 5th it was announced locally that the President would
be coming here. There are many groups here that are against his healthcare
and huge spending so those groups began talking and deciding on what they
were going to do. The White House would not release ANY details other than
the date.

On about Tuesday Bill found out that they would be holding the "Town Hall"
at the airport. (This is only because Bill knows EVERYONE at the airport)
Our airport is actually located outside of Belgrade (tiny town) in a very
remote location. Nothing is around there. They chose to use a hangar that is
the most remotely located hangar. You could not pick a more remote location,
and you cannot get to it easily. It is totally secluded from the public.

FYI: We have many areas in Belgrade and Bozeman which could have held a
large amount of folks with sufficient parking. (gymnasiums/auditoriums). All
of which have chairs and tables, and would not have to be SHIPPED IN!! $$$$$

During the week, cargo by the TONS was being shipped in constantly. Airport
employees could not believe how it just kept coming. Though it was our
President coming several expressed how excessive it was, especially during a
recession. $$$$$

Late Tuesday/early Wednesday the 12th, they said that tickets would be
handed out on Thursday 9am at two locations and the president would be
arriving around 12:30 Friday.

Thursday morning about 600 tickets were passed out. However, 1500 were
printed at a Local printing shop per White House request. Hmmmm......900
tickets just DISAPPEARED.


This same morning someone called into the radio from the local UPS branch
and said that THOUSANDS of Dollars of Lobster were shipped in for Obama.
Montana has some of the best beef in the nation!!! And it would have been
really wonderful to help out the local economy. Anyone heard of the
Recession?? Just think...with all of the traveling the White House is doing.

$$$$$ One can only imagine what else we are paying for.

On Friday Bill and I got out to the airport about 10:45am. The groups that
wanted to protest Obama's spending and healthcare had gotten a permit to
protest and that area was roped off. But that was not to be. A large bus
carrying SEIU (Service Employees International Union) members drove up onto
the area (illegal)and unloaded right there. It was quite a commotion and
there were specifically 2 SEIU men trying to make trouble and start a fight.

Police did get involved and arrested the one man but they said they did not
have the manpower to remove the SEIU crowd. The SEIU crowd was very
organized and young. About 99% were under the age of 30 and they were not
locals! They had bullhorns and PROFESSIONALLY made signs. Some even wore
preprinted T-shirts. Oh, and Planned Parenthood folks were with
them.....professing abortion rights with their T-shirts and preprinted
signs. (BTW, all these folks did have a permit to protest in ANOTHER area)
Those against healthcare/spending moved away from the SEIU crowd to avoid
confrontation. They were orderly and respectful. Even though SEIU kept
coming over and walking through, continuing to be very intimidating and
aggressive at the direction of the one SEIU man.

So we had Montana folks from ALL OVER the state with their homemade signs
and their DOGS with homemade signs. We had cowboys, nurses, doctors you name
it. There was even a guy from Texas who had been driving through. He found
out about the occasion, went to the store, made a sign, and came to protest.

If you are wondering about the press.....Well, all of the major networks
were over by that remote hangar I mentioned. They were conveniently parked
on the other side of the buildings FAR away. None of these crowds were even
visible to them. I have my doubts that they knew anything about the crowds.
We did have some local news media around us from this state and Idaho .
Speaking of the local media...they were invited. However, all questions were
to be turned into the White House in advance of the event. Wouldn't want
anyone to have to think off the top of their head.

It was very obvious that it was meant to be totally controlled by the White
House. Everything was orchestrated down to the last detail to make it appear
that Montana is just crazy for Obama and government healthcare. Even those
people that talked about their insurance woes........the White House called
our local HRDC (Human Resource and Development Committee) and asked for
names. Then the White House asked those folks to come. Smoke and
mirrors...EVERYTHING was staged!!!!!!!!!!!

I am very dismayed about what I learned about our current White House. The
amount of control and manipulation was unbelievable. I felt I was not living
in the United States of America , more like the USSR !! I was physically
nauseous. Bill and I have been around when Presidents or Heads of State
visit. It has NEVER been like this. I am truly very frightened for our
country. America needs your prayers and your voices. If you care about our
country please get involved. Know the issues. And let Congress hear your
voices again and again!! If they are willing to put forth so much effort to
BULLY a small town one can only imagine what is going on in Washington DC .
Scary!!

Kathy
Bozeman , Montana

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posted August 27, 2009 12:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cpn_edgar_winner     Edit/Delete Message
dp...now you only have to ignore 1 post.

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posted August 27, 2009 02:44 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for AcousticGod     Edit/Delete Message
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Show me the proof acoustic that opponents of O'BomberCare were bussed in to attend town hall meetings.

I don't tell you things that can't be proved, Jwhop. That's your thing.

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posted August 27, 2009 06:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Node     Edit/Delete Message
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I don't tell you things that can't be proved, Jwhop. That's your thing

JW--fishing again from the Beach ooops

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posted September 03, 2009 03:58 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for jwhop     Edit/Delete Message
Well, it was bound to happen.

O'Bomber did tell his Kool-Aid drinking street thugs to go out in the streets and get in people's faces.

Southern California -- this just in

Healthcare activist bites off finger of counter-demonstrator, authorities say
September 3, 2009 | 10:29 am
LA Times

Authorities are searching for a healthcare reform activist today who they said bit off the finger of a 65-year-old counter-demonstrator during a fight at a MoveOn.org rally in Thousand Oaks.............

latimes.com

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