March 03, 2010

Harass a conservative for your president

The Obama administration, ever searching for new ways to ignore the things they should be focusing on, has launched a web site to help the liberal Kool-Aid drinkers flood the conservative talk show phone lines. The web site’s introduction proclaims: The fate of health reform has been a focus of debate in living rooms and offices, on TV and online -- and on talk radio. And since millions of folks turn to talk radio as a trusted source of news and opinions, we need to make sure OFA supporters are calling in with a pro-reform message.

The web site includes talking points and tips on how to push health care reform on these shows. It even recommends that callers tell a personal story about their own issues with health care. I’m sure this will produce great classic stories such as “She had to wear her dead sister’s dentures” and “The greedy doctor cut off my foot instead of treating my diabetes.”

Sites recommended for bombardment by liberal callers:

  • Thru the Bible
  • Insight for Living
  • Mission Network News
  • The Albert Mohler Program
  • Focus on the Family

Isn’t it great to know that the Obama administration wants their liberal minions to bug Focus on the Family, Insight for Living, and Through the Bible? Good to know they’re filling their time targeting the proper enemies.

I’d recommend that we all make use of another feature on this web site—the form for reporting how your call went. It’s your turn now. Go to Organizing for America and use the form to let them know that you think they’re pathetic. Then encourage all your friends to do the same.


1 comment:

  1. Let us all remember to keep praying, and with our prayers, striving to be holy, as He is holy. Not that we can attain perfection, but the perfect Christ is what we're to keep our eyes on.

    Nevertheless, we must pray, pray, pray, and in November, vote wisely.


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