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The Truth Team Wants You To Report Certain Activities to Obama

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Morning Joe

Groveport, OH

#1 May 28, 2012
I have issues with reporting friends and neighbors to the government - even if they do send me stupid emails. Yes, that is a big red "REPORT" button you see on that website.

https://my.barackobama.com/page/s/report-an-a...
hey now

Powell, OH

#2 May 28, 2012
I think I'll report to them that his fellow Arabs who are living in Tunisia are calling him an ape and pretty much think he's worthless
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/thousands-of-...
imagine2011

Brentwood, TN

#3 May 28, 2012
Freaking communist
imagine2011

Brentwood, TN

#5 May 28, 2012
The only way to get the American youths recent acceptance of communism, socialism, anti-capitalism, and pro-muslim brainwashing out of our kids is to push for private colleges and private schools using our own tax money thru vouchers, as an example, instead of letting the government use our tax money anyway they wish, to brainwash and indoctrinate our own children and grandchildren into believing the liberal lies.

Godwins Law shows how "HE" (in Germany) said that the way to control a country, was to give him control of how the children are educated for just 10 years, and then "HE" would have complete control of the nation and "HE" was right. Think of how in 2008 Obama went after the youth for votes and con-gaming them, it worked. He is still trying it thru the universities, telling them lies on top of lies, while they eat it up because he is so "cool" and "charming" and walks with the "gangster strut".

All of our argueing will do nothing to help our cause until we take back control of how our children are taught, period. You can't let a corrupt government educate your naive and malleable children and expect to have them see the world like you do. Afterall, they will be the next leaders of the nation.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

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#6 May 28, 2012
Morning Joe wrote:
I have issues with reporting friends and neighbors to the government - even if they do send me stupid emails. Yes, that is a big red "REPORT" button you see on that website.
https://my.barackobama.com/page/s/report-an-a...
Then don't report the rumors.

Nobody is making you do it.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#7 May 28, 2012
imagine2011 wrote:
Godwins Law shows how "HE" (in Germany) said that the way to control a country, was to give him control of how the children are educated for just 10 years, and then "HE" would have complete control of the nation and "HE" was right.
Ummm, no, it doesn't.
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Groveport, OH

#8 May 28, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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Then don't report the rumors.
Nobody is making you do it.
Only you would think it's acceptable to report people to the government. I have refrained from calling you every name in the book, unlike most people, because that's usually not how I roll. But quite frankly, I believe they are right. Yet you will have your supporters who claim you to be intelligent. When people think it's intelligent to shrug off reporting people to the government, I get nervous. I'm quite sure you approve of the teeny tiny graphic to represent Memorial Day on Google, too, unlike many of its other tributes.

BTW, make sure you watch the German version of "Other People's Lives".
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Groveport, OH

#9 May 28, 2012
And what is with you people and your incessant need to report, ie tattletale, anyway? This is wrong on every level. I can only imagine what you would have said if the McCain/Palin campaign would have asked this. Or, more recently, the Santorum campaign.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

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#10 May 28, 2012
Wait what wrote:
<quoted text>
Only you would think it's acceptable to report people to the government. I have refrained from calling you every name in the book, unlike most people, because that's usually not how I roll. But quite frankly, I believe they are right. Yet you will have your supporters who claim you to be intelligent. When people think it's intelligent to shrug off reporting people to the government, I get nervous. I'm quite sure you approve of the teeny tiny graphic to represent Memorial Day on Google, too, unlike many of its other tributes.
BTW, make sure you watch the German version of "Other People's Lives".
1) This is not a government website, it is a campaign website.

2) It is not for reporting people, it is for reporting rumors.

3) The only required info are the zip code and email address of the person doing the reporting.

4) The "source" question is a drop-down box with general categories (public statement, chain email, paid ad, etc)--not collecting any information about individuals.

So--maybe what we should be asking is who is encouraging the impression that this website has anything at all in common with Nazi Germany.
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Groveport, OH

#11 May 28, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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1) This is not a government website, it is a campaign website.
2) It is not for reporting people, it is for reporting rumors.
3) The only required info are the zip code and email address of the person doing the reporting.
4) The "source" question is a drop-down box with general categories (public statement, chain email, paid ad, etc)--not collecting any information about individuals.
So--maybe what we should be asking is who is encouraging the impression that this website has anything at all in common with Nazi Germany.
1) A campaign website for the sitting President.
2) Spin of semantics.
3) Zip code and email address counts because...
4)...the government can pulll all your emails without notifying you.

Stop putting words in my mouth. Encouraging someone to watch a film (which, by the way, I first learned about from Democrats during the Bush administration) is not equating the website to Nazi Germany.

I remain deeply concerned at the lack of privacy in this country, as does the ACLU.

Sue me.
hey now

Powell, OH

#12 May 28, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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So--maybe what we should be asking is who is encouraging the impression that this website has anything at all in common with Nazi Germany.
Who? obama is obviously and that fetal alcohol victim jarret. Since when has an atmosphere of informants ever led to a freer population? Nazis? Check. Stalin? Check. Mao? Check/ East German stazi? Check. Romania's Securitate? Check. As you well know...it starts small, innoucuously...just a campaign website...nothing to worry about...

This is just another example of why you are despised here.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

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#13 May 28, 2012
Wait what wrote:
<quoted text>
1) A campaign website for the sitting President.
2) Spin of semantics.
3) Zip code and email address counts because...
4)...the government can pulll all your emails without notifying you.
Stop putting words in my mouth. Encouraging someone to watch a film (which, by the way, I first learned about from Democrats during the Bush administration) is not equating the website to Nazi Germany.
I remain deeply concerned at the lack of privacy in this country, as does the ACLU.
Sue me.
The site asks for the email of the person making a report. If you don't want to provide your email to Obama's campaign, don't report a rumor to them. Very simple.

You, and others posting here, imply that the site has been set up to turn people in (and this is where the difference between a campaign and the government is critical) to the government. That is simply not true.

And whether or not you intended your reference to Germany to invoke Hitler, imagine had just above blatantly accused Obama of being Nazi-esque in setting up this site.
imagine2011

Brentwood, TN

#15 May 28, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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Ummm, no, it doesn't.
He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future!
-- Adolf Hitler, speech at the Reichsparteitag, 1935

The Hitler Youth movement changed over time from one of many competing youth movements to a powerful state-sponsored youth movement. Hitler from the beginning conceived a youth program as esential to the NAZI program. The Hitler Youth program was guided by an early NAZI convert, Baldur von Schirach. The Hitler Youth program had four different phases, the predecessors (1923-26), the early years (1926-32) when they had to compete with other youth groups, the Government years (1933-39) when independent groups were supressed and young Germans were indoctrinated in preparation for the War. and finally the War years (1940-45) when the Hitler Youth played an important part, including the formation of combat units.


Hitler Youth members seized the German Youth Ministry within a few weeks of Hitler's appointment as Chancellor (1933). Membership for a few years was more or less voluntary. This changed with the promulgation of three laws (1936, 39, and 41) which among other matters made membrship compulsory for all German children beginning at age 10 years. The First Hitler Youth Law announced, "The future of the German people depends on its youth. Therefore, all of the German youth must be prepared for its future duties." The subsequent two Hitler Youth Laws were designed primarily to prevent families from evading the requirement to enroll their children in the HJ.

Hitler considered the NAZI youth movement to be very impportant. Politicans are known to give lip service to children's programs, but their priorities were elsewhere. Hitler was very serious about the Hitler Youth program. It was a very important part of the Third Reich because it was so useful for the regime. There are several reasons Hiter gave considerable attention to youth. Hitler was a politican. He was a very astute politican, but ironically hated the give and take of politics. He was keenly aware of the difficulties he had to overcome to seize power and even in the tainted March 1933 election that he failed to obtain a majority vote. He realized that he would never be able to convert all Germans to National Socialism. He converted many, but many others saw through the official propaganda. The younger generation was a different matter. They came to the Hitler Youth as more of a clean slate which were much more vulnerable to ideological manipulation. He was sceptical about the schools, especially the schools he inherited in 1933. The Hitler Youth was a program that the NAZIs could completely control. Not only did the Hitler Youth provide the vehicle which the future geneation of Germans could be shaped, but the youth could be used n many other ways by Hitler and the NAZIs.

An important part of the Hitler Youth system was authority given to the members. The Hitler Youth made a point that "youth must be led by youth". This was an important part of the Hitler Youth ethos, meant to cultivate the image of unsullied German youth rejecting the failed old leaders and their failed policies and principles. In fact, boys and girls were given leadership positions. The slogan, however, was misleading. The boys were encouraged to question or even reject some authority figures, such as parents or church leaders, which appeled to many boys. They were required, however, to accept NAZI principles without question. Hitler Youth leaders did not represent an autonomous youth culture, but were in effect functionaries of the NAZI Party bureaucracy. They were tighty regimented by rules and regulations.[Noakes and Pridham, p. 422.]

http://histclo.com/youth/youth/org/nat/hitler...
imagine2011

Brentwood, TN

#16 May 28, 2012
Spookneverdies wrote:
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Something smells rotten about this and it not just the left over dog from yesterday 's lunch.
It smells pretty freaking bad, doesn't it?
imagine2011

Brentwood, TN

#17 May 28, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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Then don't report the rumors.
Nobody is making you do it.
If it's all so innocent, then can we have a list of all of the reporters?
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Groveport, OH

#18 May 28, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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The site asks for the email of the person making a report. If you don't want to provide your email to Obama's campaign, don't report a rumor to them. Very simple.
You, and others posting here, imply that the site has been set up to turn people in (and this is where the difference between a campaign and the government is critical) to the government. That is simply not true.
And whether or not you intended your reference to Germany to invoke Hitler, imagine had just above blatantly accused Obama of being Nazi-esque in setting up this site.
The ACLU has Obama on its radar. There's a reason for that, Reader. Sorry you are unable to accept it.
Wait what

Groveport, OH

#19 May 28, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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The site asks for the email of the person making a report. If you don't want to provide your email to Obama's campaign, don't report a rumor to them. Very simple.
You, and others posting here, imply that the site has been set up to turn people in (and this is where the difference between a campaign and the government is critical) to the government. That is simply not true.
And whether or not you intended your reference to Germany to invoke Hitler, imagine had just above blatantly accused Obama of being Nazi-esque in setting up this site.
You ever see the movie, "Wag the Dog"? The TV show, "Scandal"? Read the book, "Primary Colors"? WHY do you act as if the government is so innocent - particularly, Obama?
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Groveport, OH

#20 May 28, 2012
http://www.aclu.org/national-security/house-f...

When Republicans and Democrats are working together on something, you'd best pay attention.
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Groveport, OH

#21 May 28, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
<quoted text>
The site asks for the email of the person making a report. If you don't want to provide your email to Obama's campaign, don't report a rumor to them. Very simple.
You, and others posting here, imply that the site has been set up to turn people in (and this is where the difference between a campaign and the government is critical) to the government. That is simply not true.
And whether or not you intended your reference to Germany to invoke Hitler, imagine had just above blatantly accused Obama of being Nazi-esque in setting up this site.
Lots of people blatantly accused Bush and Cheney of being Nazi-esque during their administration. Did you argue against that, or remain silent?
imagine2011

Brentwood, TN

#23 May 28, 2012
Wait what wrote:
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Lots of people blatantly accused Bush and Cheney of being Nazi-esque during their administration. Did you argue against that, or remain silent?
Thank you.

Bush and Cheney didn't obsessively go after the youth the way that Obama does, either.

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