Conservatives Shut Down Obama’s Facebook Town Hall Meeting

By Gary P Jackson

Last Wednesday was not a very good day to be a democrat. While the major news was happening on Twitter, as Trig’s Crew took on a vile democrat hate site, and all but put them out of business by showing their sponsors the kind of filth their ads were being displayed next to, there was also an event happening on Facebook, proving Conservatives can multi-task.

From the Los Angeles Times:

In an early social media skirmish in the 2012 campaign, a conservative political group claims to have forced Facebook to temporarily shut down the event page for President Obama’s online town hall meeting after steering hundreds of negative comments to the site.

I went over and took a look at Obama’s Facebook Town Hall page about mid-day last Wednesday. The reason the page was shut down was because every comment was either hammering the President over ObamaCare, or his seeming inability to comprehend basic mathematics, and how it applies to the nation’s economy and deficit.

Went back a few hours later and the Ron Paul folks had taken over extolling the virtues of legalizing pot.

Frankly, some group may take credit for shutting the Obamanation down, but I think it was just regular folks who have had enough. [and the RonPalulians]

Things like this though, are why I always bust out laughing when someone proclaims Barack Obama will have an easy path to re-election.

Not. Gonna. Happen

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3 responses to “Conservatives Shut Down Obama’s Facebook Town Hall Meeting

  1. Joy

    Love it!! Couldn’t have happened to a more DESERVING guy!! Karmic justice and all that…

  2. Joseph Durocher

    Gary, I can’t shake the suspicion that Barack Obama wants no part of a second term.

    You might ask why would a guy who pursued the office for so long be so quick to vacate it. I suspect that he has had his eyes on the history books from the start. What he wanted was the acclaim of being the first black American elected to the presidency. I’m not convinced that the tasks associated with being the POTUS ever appealed to him as much as the title itself.

    With his place in US – and world – history assured, and his financial future equally assured, Obama will – I suspect – enjoy being a former president far more than he’s enjoying the position he’s holding now. We won’t see him painting houses. He’ll make the rounds of the talk shows and the universities, and enjoy the applause. No doubt – if Bill Ayers has the necessary time – Barack will be coming out with his third volume of memoirs.

    If health concerns – or something equally serious – preclude Barack Obama from running for re-election in 2012, I won’t be surprised.

    • Gary P

      The idea was to inflict as much “change” as possible, as fast as possible. If you haven’t read up on Cloward-Piven, and their theory of revolution by collapsing the system from within, take the time. Obama is a student of the matter, as are most democrats.

      Looking at the state of the nation, I can see many situations where Obama gets called back for an encore performance.

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