Today’s ObamaCare signing ceremony at the White House was made possible by the 66 percent of voters under 30 who believed the propaganda of Hope and Change, as Jason Mattera explains in his new book, Obama Zombies: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation:
Young people, in their heart of hearts, actually believed that a scrawny street-agitator-turned-presidential-candidate could save mankind, renew our faith in American politics, and restore our faith in government. It was a message that hoodwinked my generation. A message of false inspiration in bureaucracy — not in individual freedom and initiative — that churned out a generation of Zombies. And it was a message that was a heat-seeking missile aimed at otherwise clear-thinking individuals who come from the most coddled, overprotected, information-drenched generation in American history.
“Mattera provides a stark, refreshing contrast to Obama’s worship troops of twentysomething moochers,” Michelle Malkin says of Mattera. I first met Mattera in 2006, not long after he graduated from Rogers Williams University and, as I’ve said, the Young America’s Foundation spokesman “seems to have been born with a special talent for driving liberals nuts.”
His CPAC speech this year prompted New York Times reporter Kate Zernike to accuse Mattera of racism for using a “Chris Rock voice,” evidently ignorant of the fact that she was actually hearing the normal accent of a Puerto Rican/Italian Brooklyn native.
Expect to see lots more of Mattera — and lots more liberals driven nuts — as he makes the rounds in coming days to expose the Obama Zombies.