Obama Campaign’s Blatantly Deceptive Email Campaign


Important note: prior to absorbing this post, I recommend perusing my introduction page for a proper preface of my diplomatic advocacy mission.

This is a copy of a promo email sent to Obama supporters from his campaign manager, Tuesday Oct 11, 2011. The rhetoric on the surface all sounds so legitimate; however, in reality, the bill is nothing more than a worn-out reprise of the 2009 stimulous that wasted all the tax-payer’s money. I am astounded that this type of grievous deception can go on ignored by our “lamestream” media.

The Obama campaign hit piece:

“Friend —

The U.S. Senate is supposed to vote on the American Jobs Act as early as tonight.

It’s a bill that will put people to work immediately, and it contains proposals that members of both parties have said in the past that they’d support.

But Senate Republicans want to block it. Not because they have a plan that creates jobs right now — not one Republican, in Congress or in the presidential race, does. They only have a political plan.

Their strategy is to suffocate the economy for the sake of what they think will be a political victory. They think that the more folks see Washington taking no action to create jobs, the better their chances in the next election. So they’re doing everything in their power to make sure nothing gets done.

There’s still time for principled Republican senators to declare their independence from this kamikaze political strategy.

Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader in the Senate, needs to hear what Americans like you think.

You can reach his office at (202) 224-2541. Tell him not to let politics get in the way of creating jobs.
Will you take three minutes and call now? Then click here to let us know how it went.

If Sen. McConnell’s office says he won’t support the American Jobs Act, ask which parts he doesn’t support:

— Making sure that those who served our country can get good jobs at home by providing incentives for businesses to hire unemployed veterans?
— Preventing layoffs of teachers, cops, and firefighters, while supporting the hiring of tens of thousands more?
— Rebuilding our crumbling roads, bridges, railways, and airports with a bipartisan, public-private infrastructure bank?
— Modernizing at least 35,000 public schools in rural and urban areas?
— Providing job training for the unemployed, especially young people who have been hit especially hard?

The President has been forceful and clear: Action on jobs is desperately needed, and Congress should pass this bill right away.

And he has specifically asked those of us who agree to make sure Republican lawmakers know it.

This bill — and the simple idea that every American who works hard and plays by the rules has a fundamental right to economic security — is a big part of what we stand for as a campaign and as a movement.

There’s no good reason for Congress to delay any more — and if they do, you deserve to know why.

Call Sen. McConnell’s office. Tell him you’re watching, and you expect Republicans in the Senate to do the right thing and move forward on this bill today.

Then let us know how it went:

http://my.barackobama.com/Call-For-Jobs

Thanks,
Jim Messina
Campaign Manager
Obama for America”

America desperately needs freedom from the above subterfuge and unethical politics that is rampant in the Obama administration.

Sincerely,
Jerry Clifford, the Word Guru

I need and desire constructive comments of any kind, for they are a necessary educational and enlightenment process. Please visit the comment section at the bottom of this page and follow the guidelines for legitimate response or Please contact me by email: wordguru.jc@gmail.com

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