The Obama Campaign Knowingly Shared Top Secret Judgment About Obama’s Health Care Plan With The Nation
By Frederick McRobotface
WASHINGTON—Strawming the conversation out of the way as she made the connection, campaign manager Maybach admitted to reporters Monday that the Obama campaign was, in fact, sharing top-secret information with the nation. “Look, I just got an email from the campaign saying that we had just received word that the president was in serious trouble, so I figured it might be a good idea to just slip it out to the public,” said Maybach, explaining that the campaign’s top secret assessment about the president’s health care plan, which was reportedly based on secret medical assessments, had been disseminated to the American people in advance of any meetings the president held with Congress. “I think the American people have to understand that this is not just a bunch of people sitting around talking about how he’s a disaster. I’m telling you, I think they should be getting the real facts.” At press time, the Obama campaign was engaging in a discussion about the president’s performance, not passing along a top-secret assessment about the president’s health care plan.