Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Anti-Indian Hate Speech at BarackObama.Com: "The Cavalry Is Here"

Alert via AK48. The source for the hate speech reprinted below the photos is

The United States Cavalry, also known as the AmeriKKKan einsatzgruppen. In these pictures from 2006, a group of cavalry men symbolically ride at the head of the genocide-celebrating Columbus Day parade in honor of their Indian-murdering, continent-stealing forbears.

Here is the link to report objectionable content for the racist ad by Obama's group Organizing For America.

File photo: Horses asses at 2006 Columbus Day Parade, Denver Colorado.

"The cavalry, in white coats and scrubs"
By Christopher Hass - Sep 30th, 2009 at 9:30 am EDT

From Organizing for America Director Mitch Stewart:

The cavalry is here -- and they're in white coats and scrubs: More than a half a million doctors and millions of nurses are joining forces to help pass real health reform.

Americans listen to their nurses and doctors when it comes to health reform -- and for good reason. If we can help them amplify their voices, it'll be a huge boost to our campaign for change.

So we're working on a new television ad featuring their voices explaining why doctors and nurses so strongly support President Obama's plan -- and asking Congress to pass it. We'll run the ad in key states and districts all around the country to show folks where health professionals stand, cut through the spin, and build even greater support for reform.

But to produce and air the new ad before the Senate starts debating a final bill, we'll need to raise $300,000 by Thursday. Can you donate $25 right away?

Please donate

The American Medical Association, Doctors for America, and a dozen other physicians groups representing 500,000 doctors are endorsing reform. So are the American Nurses Association and other organizations representing millions of nurses.

They're speaking out because they see the shortcomings of our health care system firsthand, every day: patients denied the care they prescribe, families losing access to their doctors, and a system that forces them to spend more time with paperwork and less time with patients.

These voices need to be heard -- with so much deception out there clouding the debate, it's critical that medical professionals are able to focus the country on the simple fact that health reform is good medicine.

But the final congressional committee could vote on their reform bill as early as Wednesday -- and debate on final legislation could start by the end of the week. So if we're going to help make these doctors and nurses' voices heard, we'll need to do it right now. Can you chip in $25 or more to help get our ad on the air?



Mitch Stewart
Organizing for America

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