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Obama Creates his own Propaganda Department to Counter Unfavorable Stories

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Obama has created a “rapid response media operation” to respond to unfavorable stories about the annointed one on the web.  In charge of this task is Jesse Lee, designated as the Director of Progressive Media.  Meet Jesse Lee, A neo-leftie punk whose claim to fame heretofore is a one-page anti-Iraq war leaflet distributed in cafeterias, coffee shops and libraries across the country. Wow, what a resume. I bet he wore a Che T-shirt the whole time. How many kids in the communist party did Obama sort through before he came up with this prize?  Lee, by the way, is married to Nita Chaudhary, one of the people responsible for the 2007 MoveOn.org newspaper ad that maligned General David Petraeus as General Betray Us. Progressive media: Leftwing “yes” people who have their heads so far up Obama’s ass they can taste what he had for breakfast.

This latest tactic is part of Obama’s net neutrality initiative and various other efforts to squelch freedom of speech. At one point during the 2008 campaign, Obama wanted critics jailed for daring to question his corruption. His lawyers sent threatening letters to station managers over NRA ads, and he tried to persuade the Justice Department to prosecute the American Issues Project for its accurate, spot-on ad, that described his friendship with domestic terrorist Bill Ayers.

Obama has had most of the MSM kissing his ass since the 2008 campaign. The leftwing media echo chamber has conducted conference calls over political strategy on his behalf. Some were given unprecedented access to his family for photo ops. One of them even bowed to him the way he bows to Islamic despots.

One notable event took place during an MSNBC Morning Joe broadcast, which featured a discussion of the White House targeting Fox News. An email arrived from the White House on the air to correct them about an exchange between former WH spokesperson Robert Gibbs and Jake Tapper. One of the commentators, Mika Brezinsky actually made the “correction.” Obviously, B. Hussein doesn’t think the MSM flattery is enough, so he spent $80,000 a week in taxpayer funds to staff his media offices. Oh sure, they’ve had their lover’s spats here and there. But when it comes down to it, most of them are not ready to get up off their knees and wipe their chins.

The only TV news outlet that doesn’t kiss Obama’s ass is Fox News. They’re the one renegade in a sea of broadcast media sycophants. He can’t control them or the criticism he so richly deserves. Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity in particular rake him over the coals for his fundamental transformation of America into a socialist train wreck. For the past two years, he’s blamed Bush for everything, even his own endless screwups, and the Obama media wing dutifully parrots the narrative. The left has a visceral hatred of Fox News, which led one of the distressed whiners to follow Obama’s lead and openly declare war on the network. The internet and talk radio are two big areas of opinion, commentary, and most importantly, dissent against Obama’s jack-booted hijacking of our Constitution and his unbelievably stupid domestic and foreign policies; a fact which has some leftwing media hacks wrapped around the axle.

Bloggers are absolutely killing the leftwing chokehold on information and providing the average citizen with facts that refute them. The internet has a wide selection of sources and counterpoints to what you see and hear on the MSM. They can’t frame the issues to obscure the truth. That’s what really gnaws at these pompous effetes.

President Punchdrunk’s policy failures are so bad that even the leftwing media can’t sell this crap sandwich anymore; he has to hire a boiler room of militant leftwing demagogues to beat down dissent. Of all the presidents in our history, B. Hussein has to be one of the most thin-skinned. The media elites boosted this narcissistic community organizer into office, and they mean to keep him there for another term.

The least we can do in the meantime is give bootlickers like Jesse all the unfavorable stories he and his boiler room comrades can handle.

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About SFC MAC

  • http://tmackorg.com/ Tommy Mack

    So, I’m taking it you don’t like Obama.

    Tommy

  • SFC MAC

    @Tommy Mack,
    You have a talent for stating the obvious.

  • zingzing

    surely, you must be frightened for your own safety at this point. under b. hussein’s fascist regime, do you really think they’ll let you speak out like this for much longer? please, for your own safety, speak in code like the rest of us. there are marmots in the marzipan. marmots.

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Um, SFC –

    Here’s some constructive criticism.

    Most of the time (but not all) I do tend to take an accusatory tone when it comes to the Right…but I don’t think I’ve ever used such overwhelmingly inflammatory language as do you. When you shout too loudly, when the words you use are too bitter and mean-spirited – even in the tone and context of your writing – you tend to hear only yourself or those who think only as you do.

    For instance, my latest article concerning Ron Paul – for all his failure to think his positions through, I still pointed out some of the positions that he held that make sense to me. I didn’t do that to suck up to anyone, but because it’s the right thing to do.

    Also, I’m not going to pretend I’m a better writer than anyone – frankly, I’ve got a lot to learn. Your personal writing skill may well be better than mine. But if you want more people to listen to you, then you also have to listen to them. If you want them to give serious consideration to your points, then you have to do the same for them.

    But when your language is overwhelmingly inflammatory and accusatory, then people simply won’t want to deal with you at all.

    Personally, I think you’re going to laugh off this entire comment and tell me what a worthless piece of whatever I am, that you don’t need any help from anyone…and of course that’s your right. I’ve just done my part in trying to help you out. The rest is up to you.

  • http://tmackorg.com/ Tommy Mack

    Stating the obvious, Glenn is polite.

    Tommy

  • Clavos

    Stating the obvious, Glenn is polite.

  • Clavos

    But patronizing.

  • http://cinemasentries.com/ El Bicho

    Are you sure you got enough links back to your site?

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Clavos –

    No, I was not patronizing. I meant every word. I do not patronize because I strongly feel that patronization is nothing more than an insult, and you do know that I really try hard not to insult. I may use sarcasm (with greater or lesser success), but not insults. I meant every word.

  • Clavos

    No, I was not patronizing. I meant every word. I do not patronize…

    Look up the definition, Glenn.

    Whether you intended it or not, you patronized, and you often do.

  • Jordan Richardson

    Ah, but what does Glenn patronize.

    I’m thinking…all-you-can-eat taco bars.

  • Clavos

    Maybe Jordan, but certainly not seminars on social interaction.

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Clavos –

    Grrr. You’re right and I’m wrong. I had my own personal interpretation of ‘patronize’ and it was wrong – and I’m not entitled to my own facts. I do appreciate it, Clavos. That’s why you’re an editor and I’m not.

  • Clavos

    It takes a big man to post a comment like that, Glenn.

    Props, friend.

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Thanks, Clavos.