A corporate lobbying organization, partly funded by oil and tobacco companies, its leadership implicated in the Abramoff corruption scandal, arranged for an astroturf "demonstration" at a local town hall meeting on health care put on by Senator McCaskill's staff.
Americans for Prosperity is led by Tim Phillips, who was a former partner with Ralph Reed's Century Strategies. That organization became well-known when it was revealed in a Senate investigation that convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff was laundering money through Century Strategies and Americans for Tax Reform to oppose legislation that his Indian tribe clients wanted to defeat.
I expect that corporate front groups are arranging for similar disruptions of meetings between members of Congress and their constituents all summer. They are trying to make it appear that the public is against health care reform.
Meanwhile, have you received the email that is circulating, claiming that the health care plan includes forced euthanasia of seniors to save on costs?