It seems the liberals are getting their propaganda together in light of the soon to be released Supreme Court decision on Obamacare. They will be attempting to sway the coverage by the media and public opinion.
According to a Rapid Response memo that was prepared by Health Care for America Now and circulated by Herndon Alliance,
The best way to demonstrate public outrage or public celebration about the decision is to stage an event that shows average people actually responding to the news. We can do this by organizing events as quickly after the announcement of the decision as possible while the media window is still open–ideally, within 12-24 hours. To do this, we’ll need to start assembling the elements of these events now, so that they will be lined up and ready to goon decision day (if the ruling comes early in the day) or the following day.
Over at the Heritage Foundation’s blog Rob Bluey writes,
Suggested venues for events include federal courthouses, senior centers, hospital emergency rooms and even Planned Parenthood abortion centers. The memo encourages speakers such as teachers, doctors, nurses and small businessmen.
The ultimate goal, according to the memo, is to highlight the impact on people who benefit from Obamacare and avoid talking about arcane legal and policy implications.
This, of course, isn’t the first time liberals have shared their propaganda plans to sell Obamacare to the media and public. In advance of the Supreme Court’s oral arguments in March, Heritage obtained a detailed strategy memo explaining how liberals sought to influence coverage of the case.