HolyCoast: Liberals Plan an Obamacare PR Campaign

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Liberals Plan an Obamacare PR Campaign

Seems like a waste of time and effort to me:
A month before the Supreme Court is expected to rule on the constitutionality of Obamacare, liberal supporters are already planning an aggressive propaganda campaign to sway media coverage and public opinion.

The focus of the liberal public-relations campaign will be on “real people” — individuals who can speak about the impact of the ruling regardless of what the Supreme Court decides. A newly released memo, first published by BuzzFeed, suggests liberals should adapt their message and events to defend government-run health care. ...

Suggested venues for events include federal courthouses, senior centers, hospital emergency rooms and even Planned Parenthood abortion centers. The memo encourages speakers such as teachers, doctors, nurses and small businessmen.
Supreme Court Justices have lifetime appointments, so no amount of intimidation from liberal groups will have any effect on them. And given that a majority of voters oppose Obamacare, this PR campaign won't have much effect on the election either.

Frankly, I think this is just an organized temper tantrum being put on by people who expect to lose in court.


Bob Hughes said...

I surmise that the "Real People" featured in this PR campaign at venues such as Planned Parenthood excludes the real people terminated by the "health care" procedures conducted there.

Sam L. said...

OWS was "real" people, too.