Barack Obama’s former political campaign can hardly be called “non-partisan.” Nonetheless, the Washington Post has somehow decided that Organizing for Action, the Obama advocacy group his campaign morphed into, is just that.

A Philip Rucker puff piece in the Post’s political section lauds OFA’s new propaganda effort to “showcase personal health care testimonials.” The paper had an interesting way of describing the former Obama campaign group.

“Organizing for Action, the non-profit and non-partisan advocacy group that grew out of Obama’s reelection campaign,” the Post says, “is launching a new Web site, complete with videos and interactive maps, to showcase personal testimonials from those enrolled in the new health care exchanges.”

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