Thursday, August 27, 2009

A Fresh Outrage In The Campaign Of Deception

A new poll sent out as part of a national Republican fund raising effort features the following question:

"It has been suggested that the government could use voter registration to determine a person's political affiliation, prompting fears that GOP voters might be discriminated against for medical treatment in a Democrat-imposed health care rationing system. Does this possibility concern you?"

Oh, really? Suggested by whom? Was this before or after they doffed their protective, foil headgear?

For Steele to release materials like this suggests to recipients that there is a legitimate reason for people to worry about this issue. This is how these crazy rumors get started. People at the very top of the Republican party are orchestrating this frenzied panic over the possibility of healthcare reform using horrific and baseless lies.

The fact that they won't discuss the options honestly and openly reveals their lack of any ability to attract voters to their side with the truth.

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