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Organizing for America become nonprofit

by Rodan ( 10 Comments › )
Filed under Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Fascism, Liberal Fascism, Progressives, Special Report, Tranzis at January 18th, 2013 - 3:17 pm

The Obama Regime created the most effective electoral machine ever assembled in American history. Using high technology, propaganda and paid workers OFA pulled a victory for Obama despite a anemic economy. realizing that they have built a practically invincible machine, the Obama regime has decided to keep the infrastructure permanent. They are now registering Organizing for America a non-profit.

The former Obama campaign will become a non-profit that will advocate for the president’s policies, the first such transition for a major political organization, First Lady Michelle Obama announced Friday.

Obama for America campaign manager Jim Messina will become chairman of the new group, called Organizing for Action, and White House aide Jon Carson will join as executive director. The group will disclose its donors.

The new group will accept donations form individuals and corporations but not from lobbyists or PACs, the AP reported.

“Now in terms of the specifics of what this organization will look like, a lot of that will be up to you,” the first lady said. “It will be determined by your energy and ideas and feedback — because after all, this is your movement.”

Organizing for America along with the Media-Entertainment Industrial Complex will ensure Democrat control at the Federal level for the next few cycles. Instead of spending money on useless ads, Conservative Super PACs should build infrastructure to counter OFA.

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  1. 1 | January 18, 2013 3:25 pm

    You contradict yourself, sometimes.

    Instead of spending money on useless ads, Conservative Super PACs should build infrastructure to counter OFA.

    You constantly say that Republicans have a messaging problem. Fair enough, but how do you propoe to get the message out? We don’t have a free propaganda arm in the MFM. If we don’t do targeted ad campaigns, no one will hear our new message to be converted.


  2. 2 | January 18, 2013 3:33 pm

    @ Iron Fist:

    The Republicans spent close to 1 billion against Obama and it did nothing. If they had diverted at 200 million to build an OFA like organization with PAID workers spreading the Republican message that would be more effective. people turn off ads, but putting up flyers and talking to people one on one is effective.

    Obama ran ads, but he built an organization. Romney did not.


  3. 3 | January 18, 2013 3:37 pm

    Rodan wrote:

    Obama ran ads, but he built an organization. Romney did not.

    I’ll give you that, but he had money diverted from the “Stimulus” to work with. I don’ tknow that putting up fliers does anything more than litter. I know I never read the fliers for various causes plastered over campus, and that is the only place that a significant number of people walk significant distances to actually see the fliers, anyway. As fo rtalking with people one on one, I’d say some people are already doing that. Neither of these are sufficient. We need to get to the mass-media market, and if you can think of a better way than advertisement than that, there are a lot of marketing companies that would love to hear your ideas, because advertising is expensive.


  4. Fritz Katz
    4 | January 18, 2013 5:40 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    You constantly say that Republicans have a messaging problem. Fair enough, but how do you propose to get the message out? We don’t have a free propaganda arm in the MFM. If we don’t do targeted ad campaigns, no one will hear our new message to be converted.

    One way to get our message out — start the 2016 presidential campaign now!

    Here’s how we can go OVER THE HEAD of the media and get our message out.

    The FCC rules (stemming from Section 315 of the Communications Act) prohibit broadcasters from censoring the content of advertising that is a “use” by a candidate. Essentially, that means that the broadcaster cannot reject an ad that is sponsored by the candidate or the candidate’s official campaign committee, if that ad has the recognizable voice or image of the candidate somewhere in the course of the ad. — the station CANNOT REFUSE to run the ad.

    Our candidate can force the MSM to stop ignoring and covering-up of important issues such as Bengazi, Solydra, … or the next Obama outrage and scandal du jour because there can be NO CENSORSHIP in a political ad.

    Another important point — politicians have written rules for themselves requiring broadcasters to sell them advertising at the absolute lowest discounted rate.

    After Reagan lost the nomination, he made over 1000 radio commentaries from 1975-79. Reagan articulated Conservatism properly — in millions of peoples minds — therefore he easily won the nomination. Reagan held no political office, but he mapped out a strategy to transform the economy, oil, guns, religion, taxes, energy, and welfare. He created a vision of America that propelled him to the presidency in a landslide.

    Many of us want to see Allen West for our first Presidental candidate — and start now for 2016. Imagine 1 to 3 min. segments containing thoughts from real conservatives such as Bill Whittle, Rush Limbaugh, Levin, .. etc. played daily on NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, or even MSNBC followed by “I’m Allen West, and I approve this message”. Then when the libs heads predictably explode and their Tourette’s syndromes cause nastiness to spew from their mouths, WE GET TO CALL THEM RACISTS.

    Millions of Republicans are tired of our party giving us squishy RINOs to vote for. We need to identify and support the strong conservatives so in 2014 we can expand the House, take the Senate — and take the Presidency back with a real conservatives in 2016. It starts by real conservatives taking over the Republican party. This starts by everyone joining your local county Republican executive committee and become a precinct captain, dammit!

    We all keep asking why Republicans listen to feckless campaign advisers who tell them to abandon conservative principles in order to get elected — but then they predictably lose. If conservatives controlled the campaign, it wouldn’t happen.

    If we don’t start now, I predict 2016 will be a contest between Christie and Hillary — followed by Hillary being the declared winner.


  5. Mars
    5 | January 18, 2013 6:22 pm

    We have three men acting as candidates right now. Rand Paul, Alan West, and Marco Rubio. I’d love to see all three of them doing things like West is doing right now. West is developing new means of getting the information out, especially to the youth. Radio talks, television spots, all kinds of things might be able to be pulled off.

    Something about this OFA becoming nonprofit stinks to high heaven. It just doesn’t seem legal. Especially since I’m pretty sure they got a ton of federal money and campaign money leading up to the election.


  6. Mars
    6 | January 18, 2013 6:32 pm

    How about this: “In the era of slavery the Democrats tried to take away the guns so slaves couldn’t revolt and free men couldn’t defend. In the civil rights era the Democrats tried to limit the rights of black men and women in many ways including having guns to protect themselves. Now in the modern era they are trying to do it to all of us. Protect your constitutional civil right to bear arms. The weight of history is on your side, don’t let the liberals succeed in their dream of a permanent underclass serving their needs.”


  7. unclassifiable
    7 | January 19, 2013 10:58 am

    Rodan,

    I am a slow thinker, thus the late post.

    I am beginning to think that a novel way to address the organization gap between the Democratic Party and Conservative/Libertarian parties is to try to encourage businesses to arrange for time off for civic duty.

    This is going to have to be a belief neutral approach and it will cut down on the number of hours an employee is expected to put into their job for a year. It may require a reduction in vacation time. We would have to encourage a biased trade off. Something like 1.5 days off for “certified” civic duty time for every day of vacation time.

    This should be backed by affidavits and possible tracking of civic duty activity signed off by a third party.

    There will probably need to be a list of civic duty activities and this should be specific yet unbiased — or at least balanced.

    The intent is to get people involved and we would have to emphasize the non-partisan nature of the effort.

    The points need to be made that:

    The company believes that a politically informed public is an asset to the governance of the country. We believe in the sovereignty of the people.

    That an environment that encourages participatory government is not only good for our employees but good for the business environment.

    I understand that this effort really covers one aspect of the business done in our country — corporate business. Small business people and independent contractors have enough control over their time to arrange things the way they want (although on second thought, small business employees would get the same level of benefit if they could afford it).

    I may be casting this out into the wind but I would be interested to hear your opinion.


  8. unclassifiable
    8 | January 19, 2013 11:08 am

    @ Mars:

    My two cents earlier.


  9. Buffalobob
    9 | January 20, 2013 2:29 pm

    The MSM, Hollywood, TV “comedians” sitcoms all worship at the alter of progressives. Not necessary all with one agenda, but all in unity against republicans in general, especially conservative. I have yet to hear progs criticize talk show heads like those on MSNBC. Surely the progs can’t be all bat shit crazy enough to agree with everything that Maddow, Schultz,and O’Dolleld say on any given day. We however will rip apart a republican spokesperson or talk show host that does not agree 100% with our perception of what is a true conservative. Glen Beck is launching a global news origination, he is also talking about hiring investigative reporters. He sees the need to flood the airways with a message that will counter the lies of the MSM.


  10. Mars
    10 | January 20, 2013 2:43 pm

    @ Buffalobob:
    I am considering getting BlazeTv on the Roku box I have. Maybe on tax return. I can’t wait until it goes full blown investigative news.

    The Republicans eat their own, with the help of the MFM. When a Republican does something wrong we eviscerate them publicly and let the MFM run a hatchet job. When a dem does the same thing the MFM throws up a wall of silence and the dems circle the wagons. All attacks and refocusing are done quietly in private.

    This isn’t all the republicans fault, the MFM makes damn sure everyone in the country knows about every little issue a republican has.

    What republicans need to learn to do is shut the hell up, and only give the MFM a statement to the effect of “we are aware of the situation and are discussing the options.”

    Don’t go on the air trying to buddy up to the MFM by attacking the person and saying stupid shit.


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