September 21, 2013
On craigslist, GO posted an ad for “actors to dress up like Creepy Uncle Sam at an event in Chantilly, Virginia.” The job paid $275 and intended to attract “thousands of college students and young people.”
GO claims to be “a free-thinking, liberty-loving, national organization of young people promoting the best of Being American: opportunity, creativity and freedom.”
This organization is spearheading initiatives against:
• Internet sales tax
• Student loan debt
David Pasch, director of communications for GO, explains that this campaign is aimed at American youth to support and further their “digital and grassroots” effort “designed to highlight alternatives to expensive and creepy Obamacare exchanges.”
Pasch explained: “Our mission is to empower young Americans to fight for their economic freedom and we’re always grateful for the support of those who support our efforts. We’re trying to let them know they have options.”
Even Feinberg, president of GO said: “Obamacare supporters are using millions of taxpayer dollars in an attempt to brainwash my generation into signing up for an expensive, unfair, and, quite frankly, creepy pyramid scheme. We want young people to know they have options — including the ability to opt out of Obamacare by paying a relatively small penalty. We don’t have celebrities and taxpayer dollars like Enroll America so we are relying on creativity and grassroots activism to reach our fellow Millennials. Opting out of Obamacare is the cheapest, smartest decision for my generation.”
First for the ladies:
Next the gentlemen:
David and Charles Koch have invested $5.04 million into GO to campaign against Obamacare. The target is the younger generation of 18 to 20-something that will become passionate about the cause and lobby against the socialization of healthcare in America.
GO will “host events at college football tailgate parties festivals, where “brand ambassadors” (read: hot young people) will pass out beer koozies that read ‘opt out,’ pizza and literature about the health care law. Some events may have impromptu dance parties with DJ’s, complete with games of cornhole and competitions for prizes.”
Through networking, GO will dump $750,000 on a tour to push their agenda in college towns to gain support from young conservatives.
The burn your Obamacare card cause is one such pre-arranged activist event sponsored by FreedomWorks.
Americans for Prosperity (AoP) are focusing on fairgrounds in rural areas to direct the masses away from Obamacare.