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Brave New World

From the White House itself:

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.

I reported myself to this “flag.”  How dare I question the annointed one. I wonder where they will ship folks like me? I have always dreamed of spending some time in Alaska. Will they provide soma?

5 Responses to “Brave New World”

  1. I was hoping for a fair fight. says:

    This is scary. Opposing view points are now considered nothing but scare tactics and incorrect information? Opposing view points now merit investigation? The Obama vs Common Sense boxing match is coming to an end, and unfortunately for society, Obama is the judge.

  2. The Dear Leader must think we’re all as dumb as the people that voted for him, as he feels free to change his story at will and flip-flop on every issue- then when you ask any questions about the constantly morphing narrative, you’re a “far-right” extremist or a “hater”- please.

    This is like how all news videos show Obama pumping and stumping for Blago in 2003- then when he gets arrested, Obama says he had “nothing” to do with him. Same with Rezko.

    Americans are quickly waking up to the fact that this president is habitually dishonest- can you imagine the towering arrogance of Obama, implying there’s something wrong with US for not swallowing all his self-serving BS as fast as he can shovel it on your plate? What a jerk-

    I’ve already seen plenty enough to keep me from ever believing a word that comes out of the guy’s mouth… and that goes 2x for slimy Emanuel and Axelrod- all three of these crooks are used to getting away with murder in the Chicago Machine’s racketeering embrace, and they freak out and initiate vicious Alinskyite counter-attacks when they’re finally confronted.

    Three-and-a-half years left of this debacle?

    (puke sounds here)

  3. Harry says:

    Asking people to report on their neighbors for heresy is what totalitarian states do.

    My first thought was for the Wintercow Herd, and how our Stazi might inflict harm on them. It would only take a few phone calls.

    Then I thought about my being reported for my blog activity. It sure makes one question whether it is worth it to discuss the Law of Diminishing Returns, or to be associated with a page that has Hayek nearby.

    Dave Axelrod is making a list, like Madame Defarge, and it is no accident we have received the message from the White House that they are watching.

    Kim Jong Il is happy tonight.

  4. Jack says:

    I reported my 85-year old Republican mother to flag@whitehouse.gov and asked them to “straighten her out”. She said she was against euthanasia for the elderly in lieu of costly medical treatment.

  5. Speedmaster says:

    Big Brother, this is like 1984. Can you imagine the outcry from the left if Bush had done this? They’d be apoplectic.

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