Posted by Christopher Johnson | Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011 | Uncategorized | 23 Comments

I don’t see this ending well:

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.

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.”

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

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 this summer for stationing in communities all over the nation to drive President Obama’s social and political agenda.

The cadres “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 “and lay new groundwork to carry this movement forward for years to come.”

“Good evening, sir.  I wonder if I might have a few moments of your time.”

“No, since my wife just put dinner on the table and my kids would like to start eating.”

“What are you having?”

“My wife’s meatloaf.  She makes it with turkey sausage.”

“Can I have some?  It’ll save me from having to make dinner or eat out somewhere.”


“Oh, well, then, this won’t take too long.”

“It’s taken too long already and I really have to…”

“I’d like to discuss our president.  Don’t you agree that President Obama has done an awesome job and deserves to be reelected?”

“Sure if by ‘awesome,’ you mean worthless and incompetent.”

“Worthless and…”

“I mean, the guy’s party rammed through a 2,800-page health care bill he didn’t even read.  Nobody knows what it will do or how much it will cost.”

“Sir, I…”

“The guy’s spending my money like a drunken president.  Trillion-dollar deficits as far as the eye can see.”

“That’s debatable.  But I’m sure you’ll agree that this country’s international prestige has never been higher.”

“I’m sure I won’t agree to anything that boneheaded.  The guy stabbed the British in the back to get a stupid arms treaty.  The Germans know he’s in over his head and the French called him out almost from the start.”

“Sir, that’s not…”

“His brain-dead and useless administration got caught completely flat-footed on the Middle East.  He voted ‘Present’ on Libya and it’s pretty clear that nobody in that part of the world, or much of anywhere else, for that matter, respects the guy.”

Well what would you prefer?!!

“I’m standing right next to you, dude.”

Do you want to go back to the failed policies of the previous eight years?!!

“Well, yeah, now that you mention it.  Be nice to have grown-ups running the country again.  Compared to Obama, George W. Bush is Abraham Lincoln while Obama would have to improve to be James Buchanan.”

“Er…uh…sorry I yelled.  But with all due respect, sir…are you a racist?”

“Here it comes.”

“It’s a legitimate question.  Because all you’ve said sounds like something a racist would say.”

“Actually, calling someone a racist just because they prefer to live in the real world sounds like something a stupid person would say.”

“I resent that!  Are you one of those racist teabaggers or something, you racist?!”

“I’m a non-racist Tea Partier.  Teabagging sounds like the sort of activity your side gets a particular kick out of.  But tell me something.  I assume you got some kind of training before they sent you out annoying people.”

“Of course.”

“Did you get trained on dealing with having doors slammed in your face?”

“No.  Why on earth would anyone train…”

“Well, then here’s your first lesson.” SLAM!!


Smurf Breath
February 23, 2011

It’s like Night of the Living Dead. The shambling hordes of socialists just never give up their quest to turn the Constitution into toilet paper. And now they have their own bargain basement Lenin to rally around.

Christopher Hathaway
February 23, 2011

Oh please, puleeeeease! please come knock on my door! I have somethings I would like to share with YOU.

I used to like inviting the JWs that came by in for a nice theological “chat”.

On another note, this was from the LA Times? It comes accross as creepy as we know the little changeling is. They even have a picture of him making him look smug and superior. Is the bloom off the rose with even the moonbat press?

unreconstructed rebel
February 23, 2011

This from today’s press briefing:

CARNEY: Well, let me just say that the president strongly condemns, and condemned in his statement on Friday, the violence, the bloodshed perpetrated by the Libyan government in Libya. The secretary of state has strongly condemned what’s happened in Libya.

I can sleep sooo much better tonite.

J.M. Heinrichs
February 23, 2011
Daniel Muller
February 23, 2011

On another note, this was from the LA Times?

What surprised me even more than that was the fact that the current first page of comments are unanimously negative towards Our Dear Leader.

Don Janousek
February 23, 2011

Well, I hate to be the one to have to break it to our El Presidente, a/k/a The Messiah, a/k/a The One, but this has been tried before. They were called the “Sturmtruppen” and sorta got wiped out in “The Night of the Long Knives” in 1934.

Plus, these folks will have to wait in line at the door behind the Jehovah’s Witnesses, the young Mormon missionary teams and the Girl Scouts cookie sellers. Sorry, Bammy.

Dale Matson
February 23, 2011

There are two marks on my curb. One is a hobo’s welcome mark and the other mark was a warning to JW”s. For the latter, I am like the hotel California or the Roach Motel.

Anne B.
February 23, 2011

“…a warning to JW”s. For the latter, I am like the hotel California or the Roach Motel.”

They check in but they don’t check out? Good Heavens, Dale, what are you doing? Imprisoning them in your basement?

As for me, I’m almost never bothered by the door-to-door types. Must be that EAA sticker (that’s for the Experimental Aircraft Association) on my front door. Or maybe it’s the NRA sticker, right above it? 🙂

The Little Myrmidon
February 23, 2011

Security by Smith & Wesson?

February 23, 2011

The LA Times does seem to be opening the door a crack. They have this blog by Andrew Malcolm which is very good, and they’re running columns by Jonah Goldberg in their op-ed pages.

I can’t tell you how much I dread the 2012 campaign. “Community organizers” on every doorstep and a projected $1 billion spending target. I will laugh for days if $1 billion can’t buy a re-election.

And as to “strengthening our democracy,” that’s what Democrats are doing by shutting down the elected legislature in Wisconsin. “Democracy” to these people means doing whatever you want when you have the majority (stimulus, Obamacare, “I won”) but drumming your heels like a spoiled child when you lose.

AND while I’m at it (sorry, I’m wound up tonight!), how about Our President announcing that his government will no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act because He has determined that it’s unconstitutional? He has determined that Obamacare is constitutional so he’s ignoring a Federal judge’s ruling declaring it unconstitutional in 26 states.

sybil marshall
February 23, 2011

Ahh, other babe-with-a-gun types here. Love it. Long live Druscilla Hock and Nyssa of Traken! Seriously, this initiative sounds very creepy indeed….

February 23, 2011

In every job that must be done
there is an element of fun.
You find the fun and Snap!
the job’s a game

Consider this: for every moment that you spend toying with an Obamaniac like a catnip-addled puss battling a laser pointer, that is a moment that this fool cannot be bothering someone else who might be more inclined to buy their blandishments or, worse yet, give them money. So if we occupy their time, we are performing a service for our country.

Don Janousek
February 23, 2011

Katherine, Katherine, Katherine: “The One” determineth what is right and wrong, good and bad, constitutional and unconstitutional, appropriate and inappropriate, black and white, up and down, right and left. And He knoweth all. For He hath been the One we haveth been waitingeth for. Have you been asleep since 2008?

February 23, 2011

Thanks, Don, for setting me straight. Now that I believe in Obama, the All-Knowing, the All-Merciful, I will be able to sleep tonight.

(The people who were really asleep were those who were suckered into voting for Obama in 2008 because they believed what he said. Big mistake.)

February 23, 2011

What kind of uniforms will they be wearing?

Seriously. They’re going to have a uniform of some sort. Probably a standardized tshirt, hats the works.

Who’s paying for it?

Dale Matson
February 23, 2011

Anne B,
Clarification. They check in as JW’s and check out as Christians!

February 24, 2011

“The cadres “will be assigned to a specific community,” the message informs, “where they’ll work to organize supporters street by street, neighborhood by neighborhood.”

And once the revoltion comes these very same cadres will become the street committees of the Communist/Socialist/Dictatorial regimes wherever they they came to power, who keep/kept an eye on everything that happens on their street and denounce anyone out of line to the security bureaux. Staasi in East Germany depended on these committees and so does the Communist Regime of Cuba, Hussein in Iraq, Gaddafi in Libya, the chinless wonder in Syria, Kim Jong Il in North Korea and so on and so forth.

Those who do not know and not learn from their History are bound to repeat it.

Ky Catholic
February 24, 2011

I hope that The One’s minions will stay away from me come election time. I am a kind and tolerant person who shuns confrontations, but I am ready to go Katie Kaboom as soon as one of them comes by my door.

Truth Unites... and Divides
February 24, 2011

What would be the talking points used by these Community Organizers when asked about Obama’s refusal to release his genuine long form birth certificate?

Allen Lewis
February 24, 2011

TU..AD –
They will probably talk about something else and not acknowledge that question!

February 24, 2011

A tought to go along with some others here. Since The One can now determine the Constitutionality of things, will he declare the 22nd amendment unconstitutional and continue as El Presidente for life? The man and his cohorts do not govern but rule therefore there is nothing that they cannot do. Typical Socialist Liberals who disregard any and all laws that impede their agenda and only enforced those that do. “Rule of man not rule of law” is their unstated motto.

Martial Artist
February 24, 2011

Anyone who thinks Obama is “The One” must have failed basic mathematics. It is patently obvious that his moniker is greater than the actual designation by an amount equal to 1.

Pax et bonum,
Keith Töpfer

February 24, 2011

Actually Keith, Obama is a zilch which was once equated to be the square root of s__t by some of my engineering student cohorts in my younger years.

A good label for Obama may be the one that a squadron commander of mine earned, “The Wedge” aka the simplest tool known to man.(I know the lever is more likely the simplest tool known but that seems to imply some degree of strength which these men lack.)

I have some other wonderful terms that seem interesting to describe people found useless but would likely offend some by their use.

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