In its attempt to convince Americans to give up their rights via a healthcare takeover, the Obama administration has decided to tap the place that supports pedophiles like Roman Polanski and rejects patriots — Hollywood.
Nothing like the post-Roman Polanski era Hollywood crowd to give an assist when a propaganda war is being waged.
Obama has recruited some trendy Hollywood celebrities including actresses Rosario Dawson and Kate Walsh along with Black Eyed Peas musician, Will.I.Am to help stuff the throats of our citizenry with his version of healthcare hope and change.
The Hollywood stars will provide useful idiocy in the form of celebrity judges for a contest.
It’s like a reality show competition to see who can develop the best video con job.
An Obama organization, Organizing for America, a part of the Democratic National Committee, have set up the contest to determine the best television ad for a government controlled healthcare system.
Contestants must submit a 30-second ad with sufficient propagandistic persuasive power to convince people to give up their liberties for their share of Obamacare. The winner will have his or her ad broadcast nationally and probably get to meet Obama.
In addition to Dawson and Will.I.Am, the panel of judges being announced by Organizing for America consists of a bunch of other actors and "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane.
Also, some political types will weigh in on the judging including DNC Chairman Tim Kaine, DNC Executive Director Jen O'Malley Dillon, Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Pa., and Obama campaign manager David Plouffe.
"We're excited to have such an esteemed and talented panel of judges," the Organizing for America spokesperson proclaimed.
If you want to compete, your video is due Oct. 18. A winner will be announced in early November.
And it just goes to show that when the government wants to convince the populace to accept draconian power grabs, left coast celebrities are always ready and willing to be tools of the takeover.
James Hirsen, J.D., M.A. in media psychology, is a New York Times best-selling author, commentator, media analyst, and law professor. He also is the co-founder and chief legal counsel for InternationalEsq.com. Visit Newsmax TV Hollywood.
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