Thursday, February 13, 2014


Communist Party has Obama's back

Exclusive: Joseph Farah finds little difference between neo-Stalinists, BHO

It must be reassuring to Barack Obama and the Democratic Party circa 2014 to know the Communist Party USA has their back.
That’s what the CPUSA announced this week during a nationally live-streamed event covered by WND.
And why not?
How do the agendas of Obama’s Democratic Party differ in any meaningful way from those of the American neo-Stalinists?
Some might suggest Democrats are incrementalists – no longer committed to violent overthrow of the established order.
Yet, so are today’s Communists. Just read the words of Sam Webb, the new party boss: “We can talk about shortening the work week, green jobs, restructuring the economy, we can talk about the de-militarization of the economy and putting those people back to work in jobs that are productive. The starting point has to be this immediate engagement, but once we do that many things become possible such as more radical demands.”
Is there any doubt their plans differ little, if at all, from Obama’s ideas about “fundamentally transforming” America?
The only real difference is that Webb is honest about where he wants to take America – Communism. Obama and the Democrats don’t want to scare anyone off. Webb even acknowledged that one of the problems the movement faces is the stigma of the name Communist among some Americans, but he believes under the policies of the Obama administration the country is now more willing to embrace those beliefs.

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