Grassroots or Astroturf? Democrats Slander the People that Surround Them

Monday, August 10, 2009

I for one was quite upset with Obama's Press Secretary's and Nancy Pelosi's accusations that all of the recent citizen protests at Tea Parties and Town Hall meetings are actually being done by people paid off by insurance companies and Conservative groups. It could not be further from the truth. The People are sick of BOTH parties spending us into debt to pad their own careers. And while liberal groups are notoriously hiring activists to hold signs, knock doors and fill meetings (just do a quick job search on Craigslist for "politics"), these protestors are taking time off of work and family with home-made signs to protest what they see as a government gone far astray from their constitutional limits. The liberal "grassroots" protestors are not sacrificing anything, they are handed signs to hold and paid for their time.

AIPNews has a great article, "Nancy and the Astroturfers," exposing the grassroots smear for what it is: "I know you are but what am I?"

Protesters against ObamaCare are ordinary citizens with homemade signs.

ObamaCare supporters have name tags and professionally printed signs.

ObamaCare supporters have bullhorns to blast ObamaCare opponents.

People supporting ObamCare are on the same side as "commies."

(Photos and captions from BlueGrassPundit)


The Obamacare supporters are also becoming extinct as concerned voters are taking over their habitat.

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