Wow. My hits are way up the past few days, with searches for Mathew Staver, HR 3200, Arlen Spector’s town hall shout down video. Ordinarily I would rejoice and think this is great. However, there is a new “snitch” campaign going on at the White House, asking blog readers to flag content that they believe is “disinformation” about the health care reform bill now under consideration. I’m pretty sure “disinformation” is defined as anything that disagrees with the administration’s stance on this subject (see Linda Douglass’ video at Facts Are Stubborn Thing). The fact is the president has been caught on tape saying the opposite of what he is saying now. Therefore I am quite sure my re-postings about the health care bill fall into the “disinformation” category. If any readers are trolling for information to flag, I’ll help you out. And for the real readers, I’m not making this up.
Here is the exact quote from the whitehouse.gov/blog post entitled Facts Are Stubborn Things…”If you get an email or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.” Be sure to watch Linda Douglass’ video refuting the video shown here on my blog, claiming it is disinformation. Either choose to believe your eyes, or believe her. At this point, I can honestly say that I can’t listen anymore…too many time has the president SAID one thing and DONE the opposite.