"That's why Organizing for America is putting together thousands of events this month," the president goes on, his words stirring even in pixel form, "where you can reach out to neighbors, show your support, and make certain your members of Congress know that you're counting on them to act."
Who knew? "Organizing" for America? Movements? Sounds familiar.
For you yahoos out there who gleefully will point out the hypocrisy of Democrats grousing about organized grass-roots activism -- whether well-funded or organic -- you just don't get it. It is imperative that we start thinking about the world in a counterintuitive way.
In today's world, the "radicals" are the ones who protest the takeover of a huge swath of the economy by government bureaucrats who have proved they can't even run a program that gives free money away to car buyers properly. It is radicals who want to preserve the pillars of a system that more than 80 percent of Americans still believe works -- though certainly not perfectly.
In this new world, radicals are the ones who protest adding trillions to our debt and radicals who have the temerity to ask whether legislators have read the bills they sign. You've seen them. Those radicals ranting and raving about silly things, such as the Constitution.
So here is a plan. Instead of making the case for health care "reform," let's launch an offensive against citizens. Nazis. Fanatics. Mobs. Thugs. Whatever you call them.
And if you're really patriotic, you even can report them.
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