Organizing for America: ‘Stand Up for Obamacare’


In 2012, when Barack Obama was fairly unpopular, Organizing for America helped get him reelected by convincing voters who were basically ambivalent about reelecting the president to walk like mindless zombies to the polls and vote for Obama.

Now, Barry finds himself in a similar unpopular situation because 54% of Americans abhor Obamacare. So, in an effort persuade healthcare reform detractors that they adore something they despise, the president is addressing the issue by employing those reelection magicians, Organizing for America.

Jon Carson, Executive Director of OFA, is currently in the process of rallying the 43% of those who still support the calamitous nightmare called Obamacare. In an effort to convince a nation teetering on healthcare hell that what they’re already experiencing really isn’t happening, Jon’s job is to persuade the drones to employ sheer obnoxiousness to get people crawling around on their hands and knees to “Stand Up for Obamacare.”

Preaching directly to the choir, and without explaining exactly what he meant, Carson injected the spirit of camaraderie into the discussion when he said “People like you have been fighting to improve access to affordable health care since day one.” Huh?

Okay, somebody please explain why people who didn’t do a damned thing are being led to believe they were integral in the passage of healthcare reform?

Oh wait, I know! It’s “Because [Jon said] no one should ever have to go bankrupt because they get sick.” However, if you happen to be 10 years-old and have cystic fibrosis, while you may not go bankrupt because you’re sick, it is quite possible you might die prematurely after a government advisory panel denies you a lung transplant.

Continue Reading at

Posting Policy
We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse. Read more.

Trending on Liberty Alliance

Don't miss a thing. Sign up for our email newsletter to become a Liberty Alliance insider.