Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Obama Truth Team Unveils Spiffy New Logo

President Obama is trying to recruit a 2 million member-strong "Truth Team" to ensure that those speaking out against his administration are appropriately dealt with. I'm not kidding.

The Obama campaign is today beginning a new effort to enlist and educate at least 2 million supporters for a “grassroots communications team” they’re calling the Truth Team... “The goal is to ensure that when Republicans attack President Obama’s record, grassroots supporters can take ownership of the campaign and share the facts with the undecided voters in their lives,” the campaign said in a statement.

The teams will be first launched in 13 “swing states,” including Iowa, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Minnesota, Nevada, Ohio and Virginia.

Cub Reporter Biff Spackle, in another world exclusive, nabbed photos of the Truth Team's new logo:

The one on the right is for their arm-bands.

In all seriousness, have you ever heard of such a thing? And can there be any doubt as to what Obama meant when he twice mentioned -- in very visible public settings -- the need for "a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded" as our military?

If we don't vote this man out in November, this country is finished.


15 comments:

QueMan said...

Do a little moving around of the 'Ts' and see what you get...this is sick and is in America!!!

chunkdog said...

Looks like a Baraztika to me. Very appropriate.

directorblue said...

@QueMan - to be clear, Biff's photo of the logo could be fake :-)

Georgfelis said...

And Zombie is right there, as always, pointing out Teh Stupid.

http://pjmedia.com/zombie/2012/02/14/truth-team-comics/

Anonymous said...

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Ashan said...

The socialist scoundrel Woodrow Wilson tried this with his CPI (Committee on Public Information) propaganda squads.

The SCOAMF really needs to be impeached.

Anonymous said...

What a hogwashed fabrication....

in the vanguard said...
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Luis T. Puig said...

..what is next Storm Troopers? this guy needs to be stopped!

Anonymous said...

You know this originated on a satire site, right? It isn't real. It's on I Own the World. They are a parody site.

LowChop said...

Is this the 2012 version of the Nazi logo ? Swastika ?

Anonymous said...

It's straight from the flag of the Vaterlandishe Front, an Austrian fascist group that opposed Nazi Germany. Look it up on Wikipedia.

Anonymous said...

If you kool-aid drinkers think this is so much hooey, just recall that the Whiter House tryed to set up a "turn in your neighbor" policy of cslling the WH to report anyone talking out against ObamaCare. Remember that little excursion in this administrations habit of "what can I get away with today" policy. It was the firestorm from the PEOPLE that stopped this nazi tactic in Obamas attempt to control America.This guy is for free speech, as long as it's his version of free speech. God bless America and all those loyal enough to not allow partisanship to trump your love of country.Remember "HOPE 4 Change 2012", stand up to this phoney.

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with you people? Can't you tell when you are being lied to? No wonder the democrats feel sorry for you. You are so easily led. Wow. You are to be pitied.

Oh. I've just noticed that the comment is to be "moderated". Well I know now that this is not going to make the cut. What good are zombies, if they are awakened to the state of their condition?

Okay, Doug. I am going to copy this and direct others to this page to view the lies being spewed by the other side. A fair fight may be above you. I know this time around it is above us.

Cry Havoc...!

directorblue said...

Uhm, brave anonymous @9:15 - the moderation setting automatically kicks in (by Google's Blogger service) for comments that occur more than 14 days after they were originally posted. Google apparently did this because of the high volume of spam comments in these cases.

That said, did the "Biff Spackle" and "In all seriousness" remarks in the post not clue you in to the fact that this is satire?

Now, if you want to have a serious discussion, I would recommend starting with this post and we can go from there.