Swastikas, Speaker Pelosi?? Really?? I have to say, this is the first I have heard of this. Now, if what you are saying is that they are making a political point about where this country is headed, some might say the hammer and sickle are more appropriate symbols. Be that as it may, these attacks on those who are acting within their Constitutional rights should not be characterized so disparagingly because they are speaking out against a proposed policy!
Oh, but wait - not just a policy, according to Senator Boxer (h/t to Ed Morrissey at Hotair for the video):
Oh, yes, Senator Boxer - that is why people are complaining - because they want "to hurt our president." WTH??? This isn't a popularity contest, and it ISN'T about President Obama - it is about US!!! OUR health care, OUR tax paying dollars, OUR government! Clearly, you have lost sight of that fact.
And WTH about them being "too well dressed"?? Are you freakin' KIDDING me?? The people who are upset must be plants because they are "too well dressed"?? Holy smokes, Senator Boxer. It really does not get through to you that regular old Americans, ones who actually know how to dress, are not enamored of this plan?? Take a little gander at the damn polls if you are so absolutely clueless. Maybe then you will stop tilting at windmills.
Add to that the White House's request for you to let them know if you get some email or something that contains "disinformation" on the Health care issue. Alert NQ reader, tzada, was kind enough to mention this request, which comes from the White House Blog, "Facts Are Stubborn Things." In it, the author, Macon Phillips, writes:
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 email@example.com.
Just an innocent little ol' request from Ms. Phillips for you to help her and the White House out should anyone have the audacity to read the damn thing and come to their own conclusions. Ahem.
One person who is not buying that for one skinny second is Senator John Cornyn (R). He wrote a letter to President Obama telling him to stop with "the enemies list." You can read his letter to President Obama HERE. Suffice it to say, Senator Cornyn is NOT amused by the Disinformation Czar's request.
Speaking of Obama's Disinformation Czar,how many of these "czars" does he have anyway? And WHY does he have them? Oh, yeah, I forgot - because they don't have to be vetted by Congress, thus, I presume, Congress has no oversight of them, which matters on a bunch of levels, not least of which is they get huge budgets for which they answer not to anyone but Obama. Nice work if you can get it.
Another "Disinformation Czar" is Robert Gibbs, Obama's Press Weasel, who won't commit to Obama actually reading the Health Care proposal. Oh, how I wish I was kidding. I'm not. Maybe Obama, like Bush, just wants a one page synopsis of it...How can he possibly speak of this program if he doesn't know what's IN it? Hmmm. I wonder if I should report HIM to the White House?