Obama wants your signed pledge to discuss Obamacare over T’Giving dinner

Obama wants your signed pledge to discuss Obamacare over T’Giving dinner
Cut his head off... like this.
Cut his head off… like this.

Barack Obama pledged to fundamentally change the United States when he was first elected in 2008. Now he wants you to pledge to fundamentally change how you spend your Thanksgiving Dinner, as reported by The Daily Caller on Nov. 25, 2013.

Other than the annual ritual of choking down cranberry sauce and watching the Lions lose to whomever, Obama is taking to social media in a move to motivate everyone to talk ObamaCare whilst gobbling’ on the gobble-gobble.

With the somewhat Stalinist-sounding appellation of Organizing for Action (formerly known as Obama for America), the community organizers happen to run both barackobama.com as well as his personal Twitter account.

And OFA has been more than a little active at motivating the base of the Democratic Party to discuss his signature legislation during both Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings.

Despite the website for Obamacare being an unmitigated disaster by any measurable standard, OFA has taken to the internet recently not only to prompt revelers to talk Obamacare but also to sign a cyber-pledge promising the White House that the Health Care Exchange would be brought up at the dinner table.

The barackobama.com site left no indication of how many people have taken the pledge to date or how and if it will be enforced.


T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman is a retired Master Sergeant of Marines. He is the founder of the blog Unapologetically Rude and has written for Examiner and other blogs.

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