Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Truth May Get You on a White House List

The protests at Town Hall meetings are not authentic gauges of American opinion. They are manufactured, according to White House press secretary Robert Gibbs, aka the Director of the Joseph Goebbels Institute of Information. He claims that polls show the American people are perfectly content to be led without question by The One.

Yeah, right. Show us those polls, Bobby.

The video clips you have seen showing our president advocating a "single payer" health care system -- a fancy way of saying Government Health Care -- but that it would take several years to phase it in: you didn't really see what you saw. You didn't really hear what you heard. White House "Ministry of Truth for Health Care Reform" director Linda Douglass, formerly of ABC, has told us, in a 3-minute video, that we have been fooled by people with computers who know how to clip and splice videos.

Yeah, right. (The videos in question were unedited and quite lengthy).

Then there is this, posted on the White House official blog site, from a Truth minister named Macon Phillips, who is asking that Americans rat out their fellow countrymen:
Opponents of health insurance reform may find the truth a little inconvenient, but as our second president famously said, "facts are stubborn things."

Scary chain emails and videos are starting to percolate on the internet, breathlessly claiming, for example, to "uncover" the truth about the President’s health insurance reform positions.


There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end of life care. These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain emails or through casual conversation. Since we can’t keep track of all of them here at the White House, we’re asking for your help. If you get an email or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to
Can you imagine the howls from the Left had the Bush White House posted something like this?

We complain that our congresspersons don't read the legislation, and won't talk about its specifics, and when we do read the health care bill and share our findings publicly, we are accused of being "disinformation peddlers" (liars) and now the White House wants to compile a database on us.

Good golly, Miss Molly!

Who are these people?

What is really scary is that the mainstream media takes its cue from the White House, more often than not accepting without question the spin from the various official spinmeisters.

All we have left is the truth, but will that be enough?

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