‘Organizing for America’: We Lost Massachusetts Because We’re Not Socializing Fast Enough

Here’s the first line of a letter sent out yesterday from the official propaganda wing of Hopenchange, “Organizing for America,” regarding Tuesday’s “Mary Jo Kopechne Memorial Election” in Massachusetts (I subscribe to OfA’s mailing list mostly for a good morning laugh, as you’ll see):

Yesterday’s disappointing election results show deep discontent with the pace of change. I know the OFA community and the President share that frustration.

There ya go. It’s not that people don’t want what they’re selling, it’s that they’re not selling it aggressively enough. Unfortunately, “aggressive selling” in the progressive sales manual is not-so-subtle code for making the purchase of their product mandatory.

They’re going to try to get their “change” even faster now — gird your coins, America!

This is just a reminder to those who are foolish enough to believe that Tuesday’s election will do anything to slow down the left’s takeover agenda. Precisely the opposite.

Click here for the whole letter — and if you do, click here to buy Pepto Bismol.

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