January 05, 2010

C-Span Challenges Congress To Open Health Care Talks to TV Coverage

By using Obambi's own words:

"That's what I will do in bringing all parties together, not negotiating behind closed doors, but bringing all parties together, and broadcasting those negotiations on C-SPAN so that the American people can see what the choices are," Obama said at a debate against Hillary Clinton in Los Angeles on Jan. 31, 2008.
The Obambi's so called "most open administration" prefers behind closed doors...

In related news, email to me:


Last Friday marked our passage into a new year, and a new decade.

2010 will be a year of new, exciting challenges. We'll be working hard with President Obama to finish the fight for health insurance reform, put more Americans back to work, and get our economy running strong. We'll fight to protect consumers and our economy from Wall Street abuses, improve transparency in Washington to elevate the voices of the American people, and create a vibrant, clean energy economy. And we'll stand up for the President's allies at the ballot box.[how pray tell, SEIU?.....ed]

As we've always known, change this big must come from the bottom up. Organizing for America was founded last year based on your feedback, and OFA supporters are at the core of everything we do.[what positive feedback do you speak of?.....ed]

So as we wrap up one year and prepare for the next, we want to hear your reflections on our work together in 2009 and how you want OFA to move forward in the new year.[to come to a quick halt.....ed]

Can you take a minute to fill out our quick survey on what's next in 2010?

There's no limit to what we can accomplish this year, if we keep working together.[place devious smirk here]

Can't wait to get started:


Happy New Year,

David Plouffe

And ends with this:

Never ending campaign for the one

By Stable Hand at 11:42 AM | Comments |