Oh, wait. I’ve still got time to be denounced. The thought just occurred to me that the reason Obama wants MoveOn and company to back off is because the White House insists on keeping the citizen-bashing all to itself.
I have to say, I am extraordinarily pleased with the way the Tea-Party movement, which came about originally as a result of widespread dissatisfaction with the stimulus bill, has blossomed into a full-scale citizens’ revolt against the whole Democratic Party game plan, from cap-and-trade to socialized health care. And of course, the Democratic response is simultaneously revealing and hilarious (but don’t let your guard down; there’s no reason why buffoons can’t also be tyrants).
Update: Some commenters have already denounced me (thanks!). For service to the State, every snitch will receive the Pavlik Morozov Award.
Update II: Miss Red found something fishy; turns out, it's Obama.
And Rebecca gets into the spirit:
I followed the suggestion. My submission, signed with my full name and location (but not my street address, as I don't want ACORN knocking down my door.
Since you people have asked us, the American public, to cyberspy on our neighbors, I wish to submit two links to the Fishy Statements Police:
As a good citizen, I am also turning myself in as totally opposed to the Obama "health care" plan (i.e., the road to a rationed, socialist single-payer system).
Update III: More denunciation-worthy extremism from Peter Ferrara at The American Spectator