Tuesday, August 4, 2009

The Obama Administration's 'Rat Out Your Neighbor Program'-UPDATED

Records of prosecutions for counter-revolutionary behavior are contained in a large section of the KGB archives. Any person deviating from the reigning ideology would have been deemed suspicious. The KGB archives contain information on trials, arrests , and interrogations on citizens whose “crimes” might have been investigated on incredibly shaky grounds - such as a whispered accusation by a jealous neighbor.

How does the above passage relate to life in the United States? It must be ‘Bush’s’ Patriot Act or ‘Bush’s’ ‘illegal wiretaps’, right? Wrong.

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 flag@whitehouse.gov.

The Obama Administration is asking that you, dear reader, forward this site to them if my posts don’t comply with their approved message. Has your neighbor, co-worker or brother sent you an email critical of the government policy? The Obama Administration wants you to turn them in. The Obama Administration is asking you to spy for them. It’s called “communism,” folks. You can tell them I said so.

Updated:

Jeff Emanuel at RedState:

Of course, as we’ve seen in the health care debate to date, the term “disinformation” is used by the Obama White House as a catchall to describe any opposition to the President’s push for single-payer, government-run health care — meaning the White House wants to be informed of any forwarded emails or blog posts or any “casual conversations” that could be taken as opposition to their health care overhaul plan.

Michelle Malkin:

So send this link to my post questioning the health care czar’s secret budget and this link to my post on health care czar Nancy DeParle’s conflicts of interest to flag@whitehouse.gov

Piece Of Work In Progress:

Now comes the information that the White House has put out a call for narc minions to let them know about you, should you let it drop, even in casual conversation, that you oppose Nationalized Health Care. Darrell Issa tells Rahmbo that he's not in Chicago anymore, when it comes to trying to bully Congresscritters.

Maybe emailing flag@whitehouse.gov isn't such a bad idea. Drop them a line and let them know you don't want to be part of their communist agenda. (Was there a Green Day song in there somewhere?)

2 comments:

TigerJo said...

Not sure how "Reality Check" can be a "rat on your neighbor" page when you can't even leave names and email addresses without that person's permission...sorry, but your casual mention of this is just the kind of fear-mongering and conspiracy-stirring that puts Albania to shame...

Carol said...

Um, enlighten me, they get that permission how? And please explain what Albania has to do with it.