Obama's Communist Mentor

Discussion in 'Whatever - General Discussion' started by pjc, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. pjc

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    Information about what Barack Hussein Obama actually stands for, besides "hope" and "change," isn't easy to come by, since he speaks in vacuous platitudes and doesn't have enough experience to have left behind a record. But the clues are out there.

    In his autobiographical Dreams from My Father, Obama writes of a father figure named Frank who apparently influenced him profoundly with his "hard-earned knowledge." He acknowledges the words of wisdom "Frank and his old Black Power dashiki self" shared with him before he set off for college. This advice included not to "start believing what they tell you about equal opportunity and the American way and all that ****."

    This Frank guy in the Black Power dashiki is Frank Marshall Davis, a member of the Communist Party USA, which received subsidies from the Soviet Union to advance its goal of destroying America from within.

    Davis wasn't Obama's last contact with the radical Left:


    Obama became a "community organizer" and came into contact with more far-left political forces, including the Democratic Socialists of America, which maintains close ties to European socialist groups and parties through the Socialist International (SI), and two former members of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), William Ayers and Carl Davidson.

    The SDS laid siege to college campuses across America in the 1960s, mostly in order to protest the Vietnam War, and spawned the terrorist Weather Underground organization. Ayers was a member of the terrorist group and turned himself in to authorities in 1981. He is now a college professor and served with Obama on the board of the Woods Fund of Chicago. Davidson is now a figure in the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism, an offshoot of the old Moscow-controlled CPUSA, and helped organize the 2002 rally where Obama came out against the Iraq War.


    Given the circles Obama moves in, it's hardly reasonable to expect his wife to be proud of America.

    A radical on a communist website appraises Obama's first primary victory:


    Obama's victory was more than a progressive move; it was a dialectical leap ushering in a qualitatively new era of struggle. Marx once compared revolutionary struggle with the work of the mole, who sometimes burrows so far beneath the ground that he leaves no trace of his movement on the surface. This is the old revolutionary "mole," not only showing his traces on the surface but also breaking through.


    If by some tragic lapse of national judgment Obama were to end up the White House, the Soviet Union would achieve its greatest Cold War victory nearly 20 years after its demise. But as with other mortal diseases, it doesn't matter if the host dies — so long as socialism can find a new host to invade.
  2. bajafox

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    no offense but can't you just start an I HATE OBAMA thread and post all your anti Obama information there? These anti-Obama threads are pushing all the good threads down in the pages...
  3. pjc

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    Are you serious?

    There are only two threads about BO on the first page!
  4. bajafox

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    that's cause I keep bumping the good threads!:D

    ask Klaus to sticky one for you, he might do it just to save space
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  5. pjc

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    There are 4 total back to the 14th.

    Any other motives?
  6. bajafox

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    it was just a suggestion, like I said, no offense...


    ps - I got a pm agreeing with me (and no it wasn't your arch rdc enemy gustavo...)
  7. JrSyko

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    So ol' wise one, who do you support? McCain's not bad, I wouldn't be upset if he won, so long as he doesn't give in to the religious right in order to pander votes. Who do you want that has a reasonable shot at winning? Instead of all the negativity and mierda why don't you educate us about your choice? Or does OB have you so worried there is no time for education, only mud-slinging?
  8. TreyP

    TreyP "F" you Bill

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    It's on the internet and bloggers say it so. Therefore it must be fact.:rolleyes:

    Some people just can't form an opinion without the talking heads telling them what to think.

    The right wing Rush ,Colter and other neo con nutjob followers are as bad as the radical muslim followers, that they just listen to thier shamans and don't think for themselves. How is the hate that comes out of the far right any differant then the hate that comes out of radical islam?
    It is easy to demonize your opponate, just feed the mindless a bunch of BS about how everything is the fault of your supposed enemy. Nevermind that it isn't the truth, the sheep will follow.

    It's really sad how screwed up the Republican party has become because of the religious nutjobs.
  9. TCRAFT

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    VERY WELL SAID...I said this on a different forum and got called a White supremisct..don't even know how to spell it...
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  10. TCRAFT

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    Treyp you are confused.......asalam you lick em
  11. Chase 2

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    I'm amazed he hasn't been accused of being a baby rapper yet! This cut & paste rhetoric is pretty boring. I would much rather hear what good the candidate you want to elect is going to do for us. Really instead of negative BS and hate how about some positive about someone?
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  12. TreyP

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    That would require thinking for themselves, not an easy task as the talking heads havn't told them what to think yet.
  13. Vtr_Racing

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    Im not sure about this Obama character. IMO, the guy looks like wuss. Im not sure if he has the "proverbial" nads to do anything. So I am really looking over what this guy has to say, who he hangs with. I also did some research and have found his church that he attends. Its not the most "pro American" place by their own admission. We should all check out these potential nominees and where they stand and the circles they keep before your vote for any of them.
  14. TreyP

    TreyP "F" you Bill

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    There is hope for America, too bad you are in the minority. Yes people do research the candidates and who they are beholden to.

    I still think this two party system is a total mess that needs to be challanged. There needs to be an open system that allows others without party affiliations to be major prospects. As it is now we have a choice of wasting a vote or choosing between two idiots that sucked up to the party leadership. The founders of our country are turning in there graves(so to speak)
  15. scottm

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    Negative BS and Hate? How does listing a person's associations qualify as hate speach? If pjc has links showing BO has a socialist background, does that mean you don't believe it or you don't care if its true? If Mccain is a member of the NRA, I dont get offended or consider it hateful, its just a matter of fact. Do you think BO's socailist roots are something to be ashaimed of? He doesn't, so how is listing it hateful?
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  16. pjc

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    A McCain/Rice ticket.

    You have to tell me sometime how the religious right worries you so much. In my observation when it comes down to threats against existing liberties, the left-wing, enviro-radicals take the lead, hands down.

    Well, I am completely disappointed with the percentage of the American populace that continues to look for and fall for symbolism over substance. Obviously I consider BO to be all symbolism, so far.

    Come on Travis, you know I will stick to facts. You should too. If ya don't like the articles I post, you know I always leave the door open and welcome healthy and intelligent debate.
  17. pjc

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    Issue #1, is continuing to be on a strong offensive against radical Islam, from terrorists themselves to sponsor nations.

    I see McCain on that platform. I see BO, by his own words willing to reel back to "diplomacy". History dictates that as a failure.

    Now, your turn.
  18. pjc

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    It is fact. Instead of shooting the messenger why not pick up your thinking cap and attempt a line of debate.

    I keep seeing this reference and I need to know how you think the religious right is threatening you.
  19. scott-dsms

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    I dunno, when was the last time Rush beheaded someone, or used someone w downs syndrome in a suicide bombing, or murdered 3000+ Americans. I think you need to use a different example instead of comparing people with different views than your own to murderous Islamic radicals.


    It's really sad how screwed up the Democratic party has become because of all the homos, eco-freaks, and baby-killers IMHO
  20. Shotdsherrif

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    I think we should be fair to Republicans here. I personally don't think they are as beholden to the religious right as they used to be ... or maybe pretend they are. There was a point in the 80's where abortion was really on the table as an issue (in that RoevWade was getting tested) but those days are pretty much in the past. All that religious voters have gotten from Republican leadership anytime in the recent past is a 3 week debate on the Senate floor about gay yada or burning yada or any of the big red buttons that Republican leaders have gotten used to pushing to get a certain segment of the populace to automatically vote for them. This usually happens shortly after major elections. And then, these issues are pretty much put away ... until the next election cycle begins.

    So I personally don't think religious voters have gotten their money's worth out of this scenario. And its a pretty well known fact that most Republican politicians eat at the same fancy pants restaurants in Georgetown and hire the same gay Chiefs of Staff (apparently a luxury item in DC) as Democrats; even when they fly home on the weekends and get their picture taken with a gun or go off about gay marriage in some speech that their freakin gay COS probably wrote for them.

    And I think many religious voters are becoming aware of this. For what its worth, one of the fastest growing segments of enviromentally minded voters are now Evangelical Christians under the age of 30.

    So, no matter which candidate any of you support, the political ground under our feet definitely seems to be shifting. And that's a good thing.

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