"Black and Latino groups said Monday that they would begin an ad campaign aimed at urging swing state lawmakers in Congress to back overhauling health care. . . . Deepak Bhargava, the executive director of the Center for Community Change, which specializes in mobilizing grass-roots campaigns, countered, "If Congress fails to deliver a robust public option that most Americans want, it's communities of color that have the most to lose" . . . The organizers want to remind Democratic lawmakers who are facing tough midterm elections next year that the outcome of the health care debate will be a litmus test for how African-Americans and Hispanics vote."
Get that? An astro-turf group "which specializes in mobilizing grass-roots campaigns" is organizing "African-Americans and Hispanics" in support of healthcare reform.
Don't wait for all the media folks who accused opponents of Obamacare of "astro-turfing" and racism to be equally concerned about this development.