As we noted yesterday, President Obama told Senate Democrats to turn off cable TV and blogs and instead talk to the “folks” outside the “echo chamber.”
So, what’s the King of the Taxpayer-Subsidized White House Echo Chamber doing today?
Just arrived in my e-mail box:
Organizing for America
Today, at 5:45 p.m. Eastern Time, Organizing for America is hosting a “Conversation with the President” — and you won’t want to miss it.
President Obama will talk about fighting for change in 2010, and then answer questions from grassroots supporters like you.
You can watch a webcast of the event starting at 5:45 p.m. Eastern Time:
President Obama will review our many accomplishments this past year and address the tough fights ahead of us — including the 2010 elections, fighting to strengthen the middle class, and finishing the job on health reform.
Then, I’ll ask the President some of the questions that OFA supporters like you submitted online.
I hope you can tune in at 5:45 Eastern:
Those who live in the Mother of All Echo Chambers shouldn’t throw stones.
Related must-read: Print, save, and share Anita MonCrief and Carol Greenberg’s two-part series on an inside look at OFA: