By Doug Book, Coachisright.com
Barack Hussein Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign understood the value of an aggressive internet presence and the Regime’s web exploitation tactics have not changed since the election.
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On March 23rd, Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information lawsuit against the Health and Human Services Department. The more than 2300 pages of documents the public interest organization received include internal HHS correspondence and “…communications with representatives of the Ogilvy Group, the public relations firm hired by the Obama Administration to manage the ObamaCare campaign.”
Months of review show internet search engines such as Google and Yahoo were paid millions of taxpayer dollars to secretly direct web-based inquiries about health care to a Regime friendly site designed to sell the American public on the benefits of Obama’s unconstitutional takeover of the health care system.
“Using ‘Pay-per-Click’ advertising tools such as Google Adwords, HHS purposely targeted for influence people searching the term ‘ObamaCare’…”reveals Judicial Watch.
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According to an Ogilvy budget summary, the Obama Administration paid Google and Yahoo $300,000 per month for…
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