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DNC Uses Kids to Promote Healthcare Reform

By TheWatchman on November 2, 2009

“Two years from now I’ll be diagnosed with Leukemia and I’ll die, because we couldn’t afford healthcare,” pleads a young girl standing in the playground during one of the videos submitted to Organizing for America, part of Team Obama and the DNC’s campaign arm. The organization is holding a “Health Reform Video Contest” and they’ve chosen twenty finalists. It’s no surprise that many of the videos unabashedly exploit children to achieve their message.

Pimping out the sincerity and innocence of our country’s youth is nothing new. It was less than a month ago that we watched school kids from Atlanta sing a song for health care reform on CNN (view here), and in September, we saw children from an elementary school in New Jersey being taught a pro-Obama song on YouTube. Let’s not forget Barack Obama’s campaign, during which children sang pro-Obama hymns on television commercials.

Thus, Organizing for America’s Health Care Reform effort is simply following in the footsteps of fellow DNC groups, and once again they’re after our sympathy by using children as their puppets. “A year from now I’ll break my leg and my parents will have to sell our house because we couldn’t afford healthcare,” proclaims another child. As I watched the children in the contest videos, I felt myself eagerly waiting for the adults lurking behind the scenes to be revealed, like puppeteers stepping out from behind their vessels. I also wondered how long it took after the cameras turned off, for the children to be allowed to go back to being children.

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  1. Let’s see.

    The spartans did it.
    The romans did it.
    The Bisantines did it.
    Moussilini did it.
    Stalin did it.Hitler did it.
    Mao did it.
    Why shouldn’t BHO use our children to push his Communistic ideals on the country?

  2. I like your point of view…in health issues!

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