Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Here's A Great Analysis

Hot Air: White House: ObamaCare opponents lying by & using Obama's own words
So far, no one seems to accept the cold, hard reality that the President's health care plan is wildly unpopular. Instead, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs blames the national protest on an old standby: the vast right-wing conspiracy. He said K Street lobbyists were organizing the raucous town halls, where "angry mobs" are disrupting the "honest" conversations that Democrats are trying to have in their home districts. It's "manufactured anger," he told reporters yesterday. The Democratic National Committee echoed the spin, saying, "The Republicans and their allied groups... are inciting... a small number of rabid right-wing extremists..."

When the Left protested the war with graffiti on the Capitol steps, it was "civic engagement."

When conservatives ask questions about what's included in health care "reform," it's orchestrated thuggery.

As Michelle Malkin points out, "The DNC's definition of 'thoughtful': Sitting silent about the lack of transparency, deliberation, truth in numbers...on the ObamaCare plan.

The DNC definition of incitement: Asking out loud, 'How can you manage health care when you can't manage Cash for Clunkers?'"

Isn't inciting the heartland exactly what then-candidate Obama prescribed last September? Blogger Ed Morrissey pulled a quote from his campaign that demonstrates just how disingenuous the administration is. To make a case for his candidacy, Obama told supporters to get aggressive.

"I want you to argue with them and get in their face." Obviously the President's rules of engagement--like his theories on tolerance and speech--are a one-way street, open only to liberals.

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