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Though the grand master of community organizing, Saul Alinsky, may be dead, Alinsky’s disciples like Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Patrick Gaspard are powerful positions and they are plentiful. However, even though their titles may have changed (e.g., Community Organizer to President of the United States), as the head of the Barack Obama’s re-election campaign machine, one might think that Patrick Gaspard would at least fake some diplomacy and be less in-your-face about today’s SCOTUS ruling on Obamacare.
Though he tried to walk it back ten minutes later, earlier today, the Executive Director of the Democratic National Committee, Patrick Gaspard let his thoughts about SCOTUS’ Obamacare ruling be known to his followers (and detractors) on twitter: “It’s constitutional. B*tches.”
You may remember Patrick Gaspard. He’s the life-long community organizer and ex-SEIU boss who was, for two years, inside the White House as the Director of the Office of Political Affairs and was described by the Huffington Post in 2009 as, “may very well be the most brilliant strategist and organizer you have never heard of.“
After being dispatched from the White House in January 2011 to spearhead Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, Gaspard is now running the Democratic National Committee and its
“grassroots” astroturf machine, Organizing for America.
Over the next week or so, the institutional Left and union bosses will be crowing about their “victory” and how Obamacare is but one small step in the direction of their next goal: European-style socialized medicine.
However, as they gather their talking points to put on the full-court press to kill opposition to Obamacare and push the reelection of Barack Obama, in one brief tweet and one word, Patrick Gaspard revealed the Left’s view of Americans opposed to their vision:
“It’s Consitutional. B*tches.”
In other words, screw you.
“Truth isn’t mean. It’s truth”
Andrew Breitbart (1969-2012)
Cross-posted on LaborUnionReport.com