Thursday, August 13, 2009

Astroturf: A Practical Illustration.

I don't know about you all, but I get sick of some things - sometimes. It really bothers me when I see good people lied about and treated like peasants.

Plus it really irritates me to see weasels in power assuming defensive postures, using projection and deflection as primary tactics/methods to avoid the truth.

The dissent is genuine. It was (and still is) spontaneously people-generated. Still yet, the leftist minions are trying to argue the point differently.

Oh well...denial is another maladaptive means of coping with failure to win the argument. Why resist it? Right?

But I digress.

Anyway, the leftist Democratic leadership - to include Pelosi and Reid (stupidity personified) - has been more than pleased to deem the people who merely disagree with them, Nazi thugs and a new catchword: astroturf.

Want to see some real astroturf? Take a look at this one:

My guess is the Obama camp knows there is a significant percentage of people in the state of New Hampshire who identify with these irritated dissenters. If someone lived there and came there in good faith to exercise their Constitutional rights, one would think they wouldn't have to watch people from unions and other left-wing lobbies bussed in for a seat. But when someone is losing the argument badly, I guess they may get a little desperate and tend to get a bit hypocritical.

Want a new slogan? How about "Going Home in 2010"? Or how about singing a song called "It's Too Late Baby"? Or "Private sector here they come, right back where they started from..."?

It matters not to me, just so they go. I would love nothing more than watching the massive flights out of DC.


Average American said...

That was one sickening town hall meeting wasn't it. They gave out tickets lottery style, like the drawing wasn't fixed. Yeah, right. Not one question was tough, not one! The crowd outside was representative, but inside that school the liberalism flowed like booze during happy hour. Absolutely disgusting!

LASunsett said...

//That was one sickening town hall meeting wasn't it. //

Perhaps, they fear the truth and work hard to avoid it. Even so, they fail to realize that avoidance does not change anything.

HoosierArmyMom said...

If I were good with photo shop, I'd impose Obama bumper stickers and We Want Health Care and Hope and Change signs on a grave yard and head stones and post it on my blog with the caption: Obama Supporters turn out for another great town hall meeting for Government Health Care! THAT would be a more realistic representation of the people who helped vote him into office.