Thursday, October 9, 2008

Obama's a socialist, Nooooo. (sarcasm)

It appears Obama was a part of the New party in 1992. The New Party was a socialist organization geared toward moving the Democratic Party more to the left. The organization ws defunct in 1999 after the Supreme Court ruled their "fusion policy unconstitutional.

Three NP-members won Democratic primaries last Spring and face off against Republican opponents on election day: Danny Davis (U.S. House), Barack Obama (State Senate) and Patricia Martin (Cook County Judiciary)."

"New Party members and supported candidates won 16 of 23 races, including an at-large race for the Little Rock, Ark., City Council, a seat on the county board for Little Rock and the school board for Prince George's County, Md. Chicago is sending the first New Party member to Congress, as Danny Davis, who ran as a Democrat, won an overwhelming 85% victory. New Party member Barack Obama was uncontested for a State Senate seat from Chicago. "

Let me get me this straight, a man who ran for a State Senate seat has a Socialist is now literally days away from becoming our next President.

Conservatives if you weren't ready to fight for McCain before this you have to be now. If you want to live in France I say great, you can move there. I however have no intention of allowing you to turn America into France. I will be fighting until the bitter end for the soul of my country. There are alot of sources in information about this article that I just don't have time to post. If you want more information go here


  1. This guy has received a free pass from Main Stream Media. This info should have been out a long time ago.

  2. I can't say whether Obama was a member of the New Party, but for the record, this was the core of their agenda:

    full employment

    a shorter work week

    a guaranteed minimum income for all adults and a universal “social wage”

    full public financing of elections with universal voter registration

    “the democratization of banking and financial systems”, which included public control and regulation of banking

    a more progressive tax system

    reductions in military spending and an end to unilateral military interventions.

    You may not agree with those ideas, but they're hardly radical. I don't think there's much traction to be gained here, but feel free to keep wasting your time with this. You guys should really be arguing why McCain's better for the economy. That's what Americans are concerned about. Trying to paint the opposition as -- effectively -- a communist just makes you guys look detached from what's happening to America.

  3. Also, how has Obama received a free pass from the mainstream media? Wright and Ayers were explored at length during the primary, the simple fact is that most Americans don't care. And I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that most Americans aren't going to care who endorsed him for an election 12 years ago, especially given that the general ideas of that organization are largely popular. Higher minimum wages, universal health care, progressive taxation, increased regulation of the banking system?

    Sure, go ahead, run against that. You're already doing just that and you're 11 points behind in the Gallup Poll.

  4. NObamas ideas are socialistic dreams. Sounds not bad in the ears of idiots who don't have a clue about economic.

    If B. Hussein Obama wins, we should split the USA in 2 parts: x-states for the normal thinking people who stand for the traditional values and freedom and y-states for the socialistic dreamers. But the people from the x-states should NOT support the people from the y-states.

    In 10 years we will check out, which part runs better, in which part the people are healthier and wealthier …

    I’ll tell you a secret: the people from the x-states will be the winner … please check out the history: West- and East-Germany … In this election we have the choice between West (McCain/Palin, prosperity, american values, freedom) and East (Obama/Biden, socialism, no freedom of speech, all people have the same: nothing …). What’s your choice? Remember, East-Germany went down …

    check out and read more about the wrong way of NObama

  5. If Obama were actually a communist, you'd almost have a point. But given that neither he nor any major Democrats has called for a command economy, your bluster just doesn't make any sense.

    We won the war against communism. No serious person actually thinks such a system works. But to stretch that to include any and all government sponsored programs (public education, Social Security, health care, etc.) is a very fundamentalist approach to economics. I'd suggest it's as guilty as communism in its absolute adherence to an ideology. There's a balance to be struck between capitalism and the basic social insurance that lies at the center of Democratic ideology.

    But nobody is arguing in favor of communism. This is what I mean when I say you guys seem out of touch; you seem to be living in a different era.