One of his brownshirt organizations,
Ogabe Organizing for America, soon to be known under its real name, Ogabejugend, is already busy recruiting the best astroturf that money can buy:
The community organizer who became president has launched a massive pre-reelection year campaign to assemble and train an army of new community organizers to carry Obama’s “movement forward for years to come.”
Strengthening “our democracy” presumably has something to do with reelecting the revered leader in 2012.
You know, we’d say something here, but we’re stunned. Not by what’s being reported, but by the fact that we’re seeing snark directed at the Obamessiah in the flipping L.A. Times of all places, the rag that usually reads like an illiterate version of the Völkischer Beobachter or Der Stürmer.
What makes it even funnier (and stranger, since we’re not exactly accustomed to the Make Believe Media mocking Ogabe) is one of the photos accompanying the article, which shows Ear Leader doing his best Mussolini impersonation. Chin jutting out, arms crossed, you know what we mean. Even so, the only thing he accomplishes is to look even more ridiculous than Benito which, we have to admit, is an actual achievement.
However, the Organizing for America recruiting message says nothing about politics or election campaigns and strangely talks in military terms of “a grassroots program that aims to put boots on the ground and help foster a new generation of leaders — not just to help win elections but to strengthen our democracy in communities across the country.”
“Military terms?” SHRIEK! The New Civility!™
Honestly, though: Did you expect anything else from a bunch of pathetic, under-sexed weenies wanting to be the next S.A.?
The same Obama campaign group was reported involved in fomenting and facilitating the ongoing Wisconsin protests against Gov. Scott Walker’s budget plans.
The message about what it calls the “Summer Organizing Fellowship” adds: “Effective organizing doesn’t happen in a vacuum. It takes commitment, time, and hard work to build a movement around a cause.” It does not specify what the “cause” is, other than promoting Obama and his agenda.
That’s because that IS the “cause.” Period. End. Stop.
News of the community organizer drive went out in an e-mail to millions of supporters and past donors Tuesday night by the ongoing arm of the Obama campaign, Organizing for America.
It appealed for workers of all ages to volunteer to undergo professional organizational training
The original German word Gleichschaltung works so much better and is much shorter as well.
this summer for stationing in communities all over the nation to drive President Obama’s social and political agenda.
Did they come up with one single term on their own or did they just translate their message from German in its entirety?
“will be assigned to a specific community,” the message informs, “where they’ll work to organize supporters street by street, neighborhood by neighborhood.”
Their job will involve recruiting additional Obama workers, running Obama-related events, knocking on doors to talk of Obama
We strongly advise against knocking on our door, unless you want to find out why the original National Socialists were wise to confiscate people’s guns before they started getting in people’s faces.
“and lay new groundwork to carry this movement forward for years to come.”
Like, say, a thousand years, perhaps? Just grabbing that number out of thin air. Don’t know why we thought of that.
“In the end,” the Obama campaign appeal says of the community organizer corps, “their work will take our grassroots power to an impressive new level.”
And provide people who don’t yearn for chains and directives with an almost endless supply of live, moving targets. We have to say that we like that idea because, frankly, paper targets get boring after a while.
The appeal cites as one role model Nikki Giancola who underwent the training, then quit her middle school teacher’s job to become a regional Obama field director and the satisfaction she felt “in helping millions of people.”
How, exactly? Could you give just, we don’t know, maybe a dozen examples of the “millions” of people that you’ve allegedly “helped?” Other than yourself, of course.
Another community organizer, Paras Patel, tells of one unforgettable moment actually meeting the leader for whom they all labor, President Obama. “He shook my hand,” Patel recounts, “and told me that he was proud of me.”
Did he tug your ear and give you a metal thingie shaped like a Maltese Cross as well? Nevermind. We bet that you haven’t washed that hand ever since. Not that it would make a difference. Being a socialist swine, you haven’t washed any other part of you either.
Ever wonder how we have such an easy time finding you vermin?
No mention of an Obama organizer flag, uniform — or salute.
BWAHAHAHAHA! Way to drive the knife in! Mr. Malcolm, well written. Well written indeed.