White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is doing his best not to take seriously those who oppose President Obama's health care reforms. Gibbs dismissed the anger that has been expressed at town hall meetings as having been manufactured. This comes on the heels of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid dismissing those who oppose Obamacare as having "loud, shrill voices."
OK, let them dismiss the sincerity of those who disagree with President Obama's health care policies. It is those loud, shrill voices with their manufactured anger who could cost Democratic politicians their jobs in the 2010 mid-term elections.