Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Is it just me, or does this seem a little spooky?

Is it just me, or does this seem a little spooky? The President's permanent campaign organization is asking people to report to them on what happened when you talked to your family about Obamacare at the Thanksgiving dinner table. Does this come close to being reminiscent of  communist-era East German police state tactics where children were encouraged to report family conversation to the authorities? I don't think we are close to being a police state, but some of the same concepts of having greater loyalty to the political leader than one's family seems to be present in this regime. Encouraging people to report their dinner conversation to the President's political organization does not seem healthy for a democracy. Rod
Organizing for Action
Friend --
Thanks so much for saying you'd chat with your family over the holiday about getting covered through the new health insurance marketplace.
Now that Thanksgiving is over, we want to hear about how it went.
Take a minute and fill out this quick report back.
These conversations matter -- when people hear from their loved ones about what the Affordable Care Act means for them, it helps remove all the politics around this issue and gets straight to the heart of what really matters.
So tell us: What worked? What didn't go so well?
Your feedback is so important:
Thanks again,
Erin HanniganHealth Care Campaign ManagerOrganizing for Action----------------The other side will spend millions to maintain the status quo. We're fighting for change -- chip in $5 or more to support OFA today

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