Monday, March 30, 2009

President Obama's fake Town Hall meeting

It seems the questioners were preselected plants:

Do you remember that town hall meeting PrezBO held in the East Room of the White House last week? Now the Washington Post is reporting that perhaps all was not as it seemed at that meeting ... especially insofar as the questioners who were actually there.

The Post is reporting that there were five questioners in the East Room who were fully identified. All of them turned out to be Obama plants. They were there to ask a question designed to allow Obama to deliver the message he wanted to deliver. The Post provides the following information:

Questioner 1 was Sergio Salmeron: Self-description at the White House: "My name is Sergio Salmeron. I want to find out about health care."

It turns out that Salmeron worked with the Obama campaign since early 2008. His blog was " He did volunteer canvassing for the campaign as well as voter registration work. He was also a campaign translator.

Questioner 2 was Tom Sawner: Self-description: "Sir, I'm Tom Sawner. I'm a service-disabled veteran, small-business owner in Arlington, Virginia. My company, Educational Options, works with public schools."

He was more than a disabled veteran. He was also an adviser on Obama's education platform committee.

Questioner 3 was Carlos Del Toro: Self-description: "My name is Carlos Del Toro. I served in the Navy for 26 years, retired four years ago, and started a small business."
Del Toro was also a candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates last year. He endorsed Obama in an op-ed in the Fredricksburg (Virginia) Free Lance-Star.

Questioner number 4 was 4. Linda Bock: "My name is Linda Bock and I'm a registered nurse just in Prince George's County, Maryland -- been there 34 years at a free senior health center. And I'm here with my fellow nurses from SEIU."

Bock campaigned and canvassed for Obama during the election.

Then there was No. 5: 5. Bonnee L. Breese: "Hi, Mr. President. Thank you so very much for having me, a public school teacher from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, here to be with you.

Simply another Obama supporter. A teacher's union member, by the way.

There was another questioner but they only got her first name, "Elle." The White House won't reveal her surname.

So ... every questioner at the town hall ... at least the questions from the people who were there ... were from pre-selected Obama supporters. No big deal, folks .. but let's not forget that Obama likes to stage his press conferences; and apparently his town hall meetings as well.

Totally staged. How fake can you get? It's hardly surprising though, since it happened throughout his campaign as well, and was hardly ever reported in the MSM, just like it isn't being reported by them now.

A Republican could never get away with this. Democrats get a pass, though. I've often heard Leftists say that they don't care what the politicians on their side do, as long as they are Politically Correct. Here is proof that it's true.

How long are the majority of the American people going to keep swallowing this BS? We have almost four full years of this horse and pony show ahead of us, so I guess we shall see.


Jon said...

Unfortunatly people don't like to see the truth. And those that do just have to suck it up and hope people pull thier heads out of the sand before it's too late.

My opinion is that it's already to late. Give it until the end of his 4 years and we will be in the worst position America has been in since before the revolution.

I have always seen through the fake that is our persident and it's disheartening that the sheeple can only hear what MSM feeds them. People need to feel what it's like to think "freely" again.

Love you blog! Glad we arent alone, even though it sure feels like it.

Chas said...

I recently read an article about the difference between the written and the spoken word. I did a post about it here:

Has Orwell's "1984" been superseded by "1985", a voluntarily accepted "Soft Totalitarianism"?

I think it explains a lot. As we become a society that reads less (books, newspapers, magazines) and watches and listens more (radio, TV, movies), we become more susceptible to the spoken word, which is often shallow and manipulative, and less receptive to the written word, which often delves deeper into into ideas and the discernment of truth.

Illiterate cultures are tribal and primitive. True Civilization is based on the written word, and the ideas and ideals born and fostered from that.

The further we move away from the written word, the more we regress. The more we rely on the spoken word, the more easily we are deceived. And we are seeing the results of that in our culture now.

Starsplash said...

We have indeed become too much a nation of perception.
Just because we think we see concrete does not mean that it is concrete.
It could be just paint over dirt.
WE can not look right nor, left we must look to the facts. We must decide.