John Nolte at Breitbart.com’s Big Journalism points out that we MUST NOT STOP talking about #ObamaTAX.
Why? Well, the Obama Media is going to toss one distraction after another out there to keep everyone — liberals and conservatives alike — talking about everything but #ObamaTAX.
It’s kind of like that Fight Club thing. The left and its water carrying media flunkies won’t be talking about Fight Club — or #ObamaTAX.
Addressing BuzzFeed Ben Smith in particular, Nolte writes:
- In a major feature piece at BuzzFeed Politics co-authored by Chief BenSmither, Ben Smith, and BenSmither-In-Training, Zeke Miller, the message has gone out to the media that “it’s time to move on” past the health care debate.
This is #BenSmithing on steroids. It’s also a partisan strategy, the very opposite of journalism. Openly requesting the media stop talking about one of the largest entitlements ever passed and one that is only getting started in its roll out is pretty brazen, even for a BenSmither like Ben Smith.
Of course Smith and company want us to move past the health care debate. Obama won big yesterday, so let’s freeze this discussion right where it is. What Smith is proposing is the journalistic equivalent of walking away from the poker game before good luck goes bad.
[...] we can expect the media to attempt to change the subject sometime next week, something we must not allow them to do.
The fresh wound of the ObamaCare victory in Congress created a GOP tsunami in 2010. Smith, the rest of the media, and the Obama campaign (but I repeat myself) all know that yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling creates another fresh ObamaCare wound just months away from an even bigger election. And now they will attempt to scab it over by changing the subject.
That leaves it up to the grassroots (you!), Team Romney and New Media to make sure that the wounds of this horrific attack on our liberties don’t heal until after a 2012 reckoning.
But brace yourselves. The media will need to create something absurd and enormous to distract from health care and to attempt to throw Romney off his ObamaCare message.
And they will.
Got it? Your job and mine is to keep #ObamaTAX front and center all the way to the November election — and then push to repeal it.