In the early days of the Global War on Terror, the boys with the nine-inch foreheads laboring deep in the bowels of the Pentagon came up with an idea for a computer driven algorithm which would comb through terabytes of open source information searching for patterns which might point to terrorist elements operating in the United States. To the best of my knowledge, the program was never implemented because privacy advocates gave birth to a herd of cattle when vague details of the program came to light.

Or so I’m told.

Well, today it turns out that Team Obama is calling out the “Yes We Can” Obama-bots in an effort to keep track of those who dare – privately or publicly – to oppose The One in his effort to socialize this nation’s health care system.

No. I am not making this up. Stop calling me a conspiracy nut. For the record, I’m not wearing my tin-foil hat. Want proof? This comes direct from the official White House website:

There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end of life care. These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain emails or through casual conversation. Since we can’t keep track of all of them here at the White House, we’re asking for your help. If you get an email or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to flag@whitehouse.gov. (Emphasis Added)

If anything like this had ever been posted to the W Administration White House site, the ACLU, Moveon.org, and the Code Pink (non) babes would have stormed the White House gates and demanded Dick Cheney’s head on a pike.

Personally, I see plenty fishy with Team Obama’s heath care “plan”. Where do I report that?

Beware, dear reader, of the mind-numbed Obama-bots reading your email, listening to your conversations, and searching through your trash. They’re fairly easy to spot – you can usually hear them muttering “Yes, we can”, or “hope and change”.

I’ll let you know if any of them show up at my door with a re-education neuralizer.

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