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Obama, Dems assemble 'strike teams' to push ACA on the public

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Earlier this week, in Washington, President Obama continued his rhetoric in trying to cover up his lie about, "if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. Period."

He told the crowd he always meant to convey that people could keep an old healthcare plan "if it hadn’t changed since the law was passed." He asked them Monday night to help him sell it (Obamacare) to the American people.

The Los Angeles Times reported Obama said, "I’ve got one more campaign in me – the campaign to make sure that this law works for every single person in this country."

It is being reported by Breitbart News, that Obama and the Democrats are pushing back against all the negative and controversial things being said about Obamacare.

They are going on the offense and assembling "strike teams" that will push Obamacare to the public. Is this part of the campaign that Obama promised on Monday night when he told the crowd, "he's got one more campaign?"

Breitbart News said, "Hoping that the best defense is a good offense, President Obama and his supporters are exhibiting a new found bravura to reinvigorate enthusiasm for his besieged healthcare law."

It would appear the only reason for the push-back is because the dems fear getting trounced in the 2014 mid-term elections. They are hoping that the aggressive campaign will help bring a resurgence in support for Obamacare.

It's been almost two months for Obamacare and it's been constantly slammed with negative press because of all the problems the website has experienced. Now it's time for the push-back to continue promoting what many call the unconstitutional ACA.

Obama said on Tuesday night at a White House event that all is fixed for the "vast majority" of enrollees. He went on to say, "Our poor execution in the first couple months on the website clouded the fact that there are a whole bunch of people who stand to benefit."

It's reported that congressional leaders in support of the ACA "have fashioned strike teams" to daily push-back against the negative press Obamacare has gotten. According to Breitbart it's reported over a dozen lawmakers are assembling to "strike at any negative messaging that surfaces during the day."

Christianity Examiner Commentary

How will Obama use the strike teams" to combat the negative press? It's been reported in the past that the government has used internet trolls and shills, "to monitor chat rooms and disrupt article comment sections." Will this be how the strike teams operate?

Natural News reported that the CIA and In-Q-Tel routinely patrol the internet. They use hackers recruited from American colleges and universities to work for the government as "cyber-operatives." The NSA admits, on their website, they are trying to "broaden the pool of skilled workers capable of supporting a cyber-secure nation."

It's reported that former CIA director David Petraeus admitted the CIA has a covert online presence for data mining purposes and protecting "national security" interests. Natural News says, "such interests, it turns out include disrupting conversations."

The conversations these government trolls and shills disrupt are topics that run contrary to the government's official ideology. When a government has to resort to using people as trolls and shills, it would seem to border on tyranny. They want to silence any independent views about issues so they resort to bullying and demonizing.

Our government would do well to remember there is nothing hidden that will not come to light.

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