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Obama’s Latest Con Game–Obamacare Raffle

Step right up folks.  Five dollars (or more) buys a chance to meet the President.  Once again, the leader of the free world is resembling more of a carnival barker con artist, this time selling chances to meet him and calling them donations. This guy and his crowd of Chicago shysters are showing themselves to be nothing more than a bunch of street hustlers.

From Obama’s permanent campaign fundraising website:

From OFA Director Mitch Stewart:

Every single day, special interests spend a staggering $1.4 million lobbying Congress to shut down the President’s agenda for health care reform. To fix our broken system, we’ll have to counter big corporate money with a grassroots network of folks like you.

More than 100,000 Americans have now donated to our grassroots campaign for health care reform. Because of that support, volunteers are knocking on hundreds of thousands of doors, health care story ads are on the air, and voters are writing and calling Congress to make their voices heard. We’re off to a great start, but as the pressure builds in Washington we need to ramp up our efforts to build support in every corner of the country.

If you make a donation by midnight on Thursday, July 16th to power our health care campaign, you could join President Obama in Chicago so he can thank you in person.

Will you make a donation of $5 or more today, and be entered for the opportunity to meet the President in Chicago?


You’ll also be invited to a special Organizing for America strategy briefing to discuss the latest in our campaign for real health care reform.

Your donation will help fund our grassroots campaign for real care reform that reduces costs, guarantees every American the choice of plan and doctor — including a public insurance option — and ensures quality care for all.

The chance to make this kind of fundamental change is exactly why we put it all on the line to win last year’s election. Now is our moment to deliver the real progress America needs.

Will you make a donation of $5 or more by midnight on Thursday, July 16th to support health care reform, and be entered for the opportunity to join the President in Chicago next week?

Thanks for your support,

Mitch

Mitch Stewart
Director
Organizing for America

P.S. — Can’t make a donation right now? That’s ok, you can sign up here to be entered for the opportunity to meet President Obama in Chicago and join us for a special strategy briefing.


Notice how the Chicago con artist refers to any who oppose him as “special interests” and “big corporations.”  What a hypocrite and liar!  He’s already announced he has the backing of big business. It’s grassroots Conservative activists who oppose the Socialization of our health care system.

The contest does have an essay option to enter without paying to play.  You enter by writing an essay to answer the question, “Why is the fight for health care reform important to you?”  I entered by answering with “I want you to lose this fight because I don’t want bureaucrats in charge of health care.” Not much of an essay and I doubt I’ll win, but I encourage every conservative to enter the contest as a way to send the message that we won’t stand for a government-run health care system!

Let’s get conservatives to overwhelm their system.

John Allison III
Cabot, AR
US
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July 14, 2009 - Posted by | Health Care, Obama | , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Follow the healthcare debate at http://www.ilovebenefits.wordpress.com and stories about misuse, overuse and underuse of healthcare in America.

    Comment by Health care -- how do we move forward | July 14, 2009 | Reply


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