Yup. He’s a Socialist… Barack Obama: “A New Vision Of An America In Which Prosperity Is Shared” (Video)

Can we call him a socialist now?
This past weekend in Chicago Barack Obama promoted,
“A new vision of an America in which prosperity is shared.”

He used to try to hide his radical socialist beliefs.
Now he doesn’t give a damn.

Via Real Clear Politics:

“Too many folks still don’t have a sense that tomorrow will be better than today. And so, the question in this election is which way do we go?” President Obama asked at a fundraiser in Chicago on Sunday.

“Do we go forward towards a new vision of an America in which prosperity is shared?” Obama asked. “Or do we go backward to the same policies that got us in the mess in the first place? I believe we have to go forward.”

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  • Mad Hatter

    “Do we go forward towards a new vision of an America in which prosperity is shared?”

    Hey Mr. Marxist, how about if we go back to a vision of America in which prosperity is earned.

  • Bill Mitchell

    Not that it matters but Obama is down 3+ points on Intrade today.

    I honestly wonder what games Gallup is playing to show NO CHANGE in the Presidential race after the Ryan pick?

  • Bill Mitchell

    “A new vision of an America in which prosperity is shared.”

    Look familiar?

    “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.”

    Karl Marx, 1875

  • kathteach

    Obama campaign – please keep saying “FORWARD”. Please ask your candidate to keep asking us of MORE of him. Please never stop. Please keep repeating that Obama wants us to keep doing more of the same things he has been doing. Please.

    It’s like a gift whenever I hear him ask us for moving forward with his Valerie Jarret – David Axelrod – Michelle Obama dominated (creepily dysfunctional White House and Cabinet) Administration.

    Keep it coming, kids. We need that kind of support on the Restore and Recover Team.

  • Remco Kimber

    Which Way, America?

    (A) The way of the Founders/Framers
    (B) The way of the EU/USSR/UN model

    There’s no middle road.

    Under (A) rights are inalienable, inherent in simply existing. Government exists, with the consent of the governed, solely to protect those rights.

    Under (B) rights are “granted” by government which exists unto itself regardless of the consent of the governed, acting as the final arbiter. Here, what government “gives” can as easily be taken away.

    Well, fellow Americans, which do you want, (A) or (B)? There is no other choice.

    The idea of centralism was always a false premise. Moving toward a “compromising center” always means abandoning your founding principles. And you will note that all “compromise” moves in one direction only, toward that of more government.

    Do we want freedom FROM government via limited, constitutional government whereby government itself is bound by law, or do we want total government. There is no middle position. Madison (Fed. 51) put it this way, “If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary. In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men, the great difficulty lies in this: you must first enable the government to control the governed; and in the next place oblige it to control itself. A dependence on the people is, no doubt, the primary control on the government; but experience has taught mankind the necessity of auxiliary precautions.”

    Rather than government being dependent on the people, as Madison et alia had hoped, today we witness Obama and his crowd of his crowd of leftists (including all historical lefties from Wilson, FDR, LBJ, et alia) inverting the Framers’ ideal to the point that the people, and as many as possible, must be made dependent on the government which will then go after the producers (“tax the rich” is their shibboleth) with a vengeance, a taste of which has been given to us beginning on 01/20/09.

  • Bill Mitchell

    I always thought prosperity was earned, not shared.

  • stopsocialism

    More socialism talk today about the farmers. Also he is buying up meat and fish, taking it off the shelves to raise the cost to consumers. $150 million in fish and meat.


  • Bill Mitchell

    Obama’s definition of “shared prosperity” is:

    I take your stuff and give it to my friends.

  • Lazy

    It’s usually not a good sign once the masks start coming off.

  • Bill Mitchell

    You want to know what is wrong with liberals? Their brains are full of pseudo-intellectual gobbledygook.

    Here is Marx:

    In a higher phase of communist society, after the enslaving subordination of the individual to the division of labor, and therewith also the antithesis between mental and physical labor, has vanished; after labor has become not only a means of life but life’s prime want; after the productive forces have also increased with the all-around development of the individual, and all the springs of co-operative wealth flow more abundantly—only then can the narrow horizon of bourgeois right be crossed in its entirety and society inscribe on its banners: From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs!”

    No you tell me, what the F*CK is he talking about?

  • Jet Jaguar

    Give $100 to a beggar and watch him share with the other beggars. Yeah, right.

  • derpHoft

    “These are plans for implementation, reducing the cost of government, reducing the burden on the people and getting a prosperity that will be shared by all.”

    – That Socialist Ronald Reagan in 1980.

  • dwd

    Here’s the thing about “shared prosperity” … everyone getting everything equally sounds good, but if everyone is POOR then they are equally sharing their prosperity. That’s the end result of socialism, everyone is poor — except the select elite few who rule us all, which is what Obama wants to be.

    The “shared prosperity” Obama promises is trickle-up poverty. We’re already seeing it happen. But as long as everyone is more equal, even if that “equality” is achieved by bringing the upper and middle classes down to the level of the lower classes, in Obama’s mind that’s preferable.

    Don’t build others up, punish success and tear people down. That’s the Obama way.

  • Byson Pearson

    A great deal hangs on this election. If BO is re-elected, he will take that as America’s answer to answer to #5’s WHICH WAY question.

    Controlling how history is “taught” has been rewarding to the Left. A people that forgets how it arrived at its present station in life is quite likely to lose the skills necessary to sustain that station. The ever-expanding welfare class, dependent on others for their living, is evidence that America is forgetting.

    From our perspective “public” education is an utter disaster. But for the Left having captured lots of cultural institutions, with public schooling being one of the most critical, has allowed it and its government-dependent, rabid minions to control the discourse.

  • Marmo

    Wow, what a dilemma. Do I want to go forward into a communist hell-hole future, or do I want our country pulled from the brink and the government release the reins of a free market?

    Gee, that’s a tough decision.

  • Finncrisp

    Barry is deep into MUD – Marixst Utopian Delusion. There is no turning back for this Socialist hack. We must end his delusion and bring his empire to a conclusion.

    Out of the Air Force 1 and into the Choom wagon.

  • Mad Hatter


    Site your source, and supply a link for your quote.

  • greenfairie

    ^^I think we know what Reagan meant (basically, water lifting all boats) versus what Obama meant (taking from the productive and giving it to friends, cronies, and the dependency class).

  • Diane Harvey

    Shared prosperity?

    The left and leftist politicians have helped themselves to my pocketbook for decades sharing my earned resources with the useless welfare class.

  • Adi

    He’s not a Socialist, he’s a “progressive”.

  • Conservative Ken

    And liberals wonder why I call them “Bolsheviks”.

  • Diane Harvey

    “I have never understood why it is “greed” to want to keep the money you have earned but not greed to want to take somebody else’s money.”

    ― Thomas Sowell, Barbarians inside the Gates and Other Controversial Essays

  • iamsaved

    Not only prosperity will be shared but your most personal family decisions will too. The birth control mandate was the first of many to come. Obamacare will allow your minor daughter to be sterilized without parental consent. Think that’s conspiracy talk? Read for yourselves…

  • Marmo

    One thing is for sure. The differences in the campaigns are certainly crystallized. Anyone that sits out this election and doesn’t vote is taking a huge risk.

  • Sasja

    This will play to the perpetually stupid, lazy and greedy.

    Bammy, you twit. Your policies are the reason for the situation in which we find ourselves today. Of course you know that and this has been your plan all along. Those of us who were not in a coma or high on idol worship, knew that as well. I just pray more people come out of their stupor by November.

    stopsocialism. You know darn good and well his regime is just trying to help the poor farmers, ranchers and fishermen. Why, how good you doubt his motives?

  • Goofy Schmo

    Prosperity is Shared

    Drop a few letters and we have….

    P os er is a Red.

  • ChrisCD

    Quick someone call Bill O’Reilly and tell him “Yes Obama is a socialist”!!!

  • Mad Hatter

    I’m watching Ryan’s speech at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, and more Obama supporters are trying to interrupt him. Just like they did in Wisconsin Sunday night, they want to yell, scream, and act like the children they are.

    Stay classy Democrats.

  • retired militaryq

    Ref Reagan quote. Poster number 12 left out a key word.

    Reagan said “REDUCE THE TAX BURDEN”

    something dems will never ever agree to.

  • i wish you bitter clingy racists would stop taking what he says out of context.

  • derpHoft

    Oh no, Romney and Ryan are socialists too:

    “Paul and I are beginning on a journey that will take us to every corner of America. We are offering a positive, governing agenda that will lead to economic growth, to widespread and shared prosperity, and that will improve the lives of our fellow citizens.”

    #17 August 13, 2012 at 1:08 pm
    Mad Hatter commented:

    Site your source, and supply a link for your quote.


  • SamAxe

    There are two types of people, parasites and producers. The left wants to “breed” so many parasites so that can out number and enslave the producers, getting the parasites to hate the producers and love the government for “spreading the wealth”. The funny thing is the leftist leaders are all are parasites who have actually convinced themselves they are the producers and that the producers are the parasites (hence the 99% vs the 1% crap).

  • MicahStone

    The 2012 presidential vote comes down to two competing visions:

    Romney will give ALL Americans the opportunity to have a job, dignity, self-respect, independence and solid chance to be highly successful and enjoy the benefits of an open, free-market society in which the separate interest groups are not in a mutually destructive war amongst themselves.

    OBOZO will continue to give selected ethnic, racial, gender, sexual-preference and religious groups benefits and OTHER PEOPLES’ MONEY, encouraging hostility and social war amongst the groups while keeping them all as slugs, slackers, deadbeats, losers, and slaves to a big government nanny state which will ultimately fail as catastrophically as europe has.

    The key question on which the outcome of the election depends = has the existing socialist entitlement state sucked-in enough of the latter to overcome the former or not? (In other words, has American society been subverted sufficiently by the d-cRAT socialist extremists that it has tipped into the death spiral of ever increasing entitlements and government intervention and control that leads to the end of the socialist/communist “Road to Hell”?)

  • Marmo

    Equal opportunity vs. equal outcome.

    The makers vs. the takers.

    Capitalism vs. socialism.

    It’s truly amazing that we could once again be having this debate despite all the evidence of failure and hundreds of millions of lives lost trying to make communism work. How is it that some people ignore the lessons of the past?

  • Winston Wolfe

    @ derphoft

    You do know there’s a difference between creating an environment where prosperity is shared and the government mandating the sharing of said prosperity, correct?

    Or are you too thick to figure that out?

  • Rmoney


    Here’s the exact quote from Regan up close


    Their little conservotard heads will explode soon. How laughable that Ryan, their free market hero, voted for…

    Prescription drugs act
    Auto Bailout

    Seems ryan is perfectly happy with government meddling with the market when it benefits his corporate masters.

  • Sasja

    I just noticed something in my post @25.

    Should read, “How could you doubt…..”

  • bigkahuna

    Hey Obigears, Do I have to share my prosperity with people who sit on their @ss and whine that they didnt get their free crap yet ? while watching cable tv , surfing the web and chatting with their friends on their cell phone( all paid for by those who work for a living) ???

    What about shared effort and workload then Obigears ???? Oh yeah I forgot you gutted that for welfare.

    Well then what about shared repsonsibility like not getting pregnant and having kids they cant afford like the rest of us ???

    I bet that means we all get to come and share the Whitehouse, concerts, golf course and Air Force 1 since we all pay for it right ????

  • Mad Hatter


    “clingy, bitter, racist.” Because someone makes an observation about Obama it’s racist? In your world, Obama is above criticism? How long have you been part of the Speech Police?

    How is his words being taken out of context?

  • Rachelle

    Yup. He’s a socialist?


    Yup. He’s a Communist.

  • Rmoney

    Romney/Obama/Ryan all took bankster money for their campaigns, and have all signed off on legislation that gifts billions to corporations. Don’t foll yourselves into thinking that whatever the outcome of the election anything changes. Their all subservient to their corporate handlers.

  • Robodog7

    Just last week in Colorado Obama admitted that he wants to take over ALL industries like he did with GM.


  • Marmo

    So, derpHoft, you’re arguing that Reagan, by saying he wanted to reduce the cost of government and reduce the tax burden to get a prosperity shared by all was actually trying to implement a socialist government? I think it was an unusually poor choice of words.

    Whereas Obama is clearly differentiating himself from Romney’s plan of reigning in government and letting the free markets work. Let’s be honest. Obama wants to increase dependeny on government and Romney does not. Can you agree with that?

  • derpHoft

    @ Winston Wolfe

    Of course I do, but where in the above post is Obama stating “the government mandating the sharing of said prosperity”?

  • Mad Hatter


    You left out a few important facts about the Reagan quote,

    “These are plans for implementation of reducing cost of government, reducing the tax burden on the people and getting a prosperity that will be shared by all.”

    Translate, to get lower taxes, so people can keep more of what they earned.

    Nice try in a failed attempt to say he’s a Socialist.

  • Rmoney

    Still waiting for an explanation as to why Ryan should be taken seriously in his free market rhetoric with his voting record being what it is. I think I will have a very long wait.

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  • Marmo

    Rmoney, Erskine Bowles, a respected Democrat budget policy wonk by the way, says that Ryan’s budget proposals should be taken seriously. Plus, I don’t see any serious proposals from the Democrats to fix the budget deficits and the debt. Do you?

  • Mad Hatter

    Not only are the Alinsky children disrupting the Ryan rally in Des Moines, but they’ve made their way on to this site.

  • derpHoft


    Obama wants to increase dependeny on government and Romney does not. Can you agree with that?

    I disagree with that. I would not say that he wants to increase dependency on government. I’d say he wants to have the same economic policies that were in place from the 1940s to the 1970s when we had a strong middle class in this country: increases in minimum wage, investment in the social safety net, progressive taxation and effective financial regulation.

  • Marmo

    Still waiting for those bold plans from the Democrats to fix the economy, Rmoney.

  • joscefi

    “…Can we call him a socialist now?…”

    Would that be ‘fellow traveller’ socialist, or ‘useful idiot’ socialist?

  • Rmoney


    How about you answer the question rather than equivocating? How can Ryan square his stated principles with him voting in favour of

    Prescription drug bill
    Auto Bailout


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  • derpHoft

    #45 August 13, 2012 at 1:36 pm
    Mad Hatter commented:

    Nice try in a failed attempt to say he’s a Socialist.

    I think you missed the point. Obama using the phrase “shared prosperity” does not make him a socialist. I was trying to point that out by citing Reagan and Romney (2 known non-socialists) as having used the same phrase.

  • Granny

    There was another world leader that used Forward! as his campaign slogan. Today the world knows him as Hitler. That “Hope and Change” stuff – pure Mao, literally straight from Mao’s mouth. It was one of his most effective slogans during the years before he seized power.

    Keep your eyes WIDE open for another Reichstag Fire event . . . speaking of, there is another shooting today apparently, close to Texas A&M.

  • Nelle

    #10 Bill Mitchell–what I got out of that is that even Marx admitted that communism is ENSLAVING, which would be a useful thing to teach our kids if public schools still did that sort of thing.
    After the enslavement, he seems to think there’s a future where rainbows begin glowing in the darkness, which summons unicorns pulling coaches full of free everything, and all the hobbits live happily ever. Or something like that.

  • Rmoney


    I’m not a political ideologue, I think they’re all crooked, and all ultimately only interested in serving their corporate masters. I’m just looking for you to justify your belief that Ryan is somehow different.

  • Granny

    #55 August 13, 2012 at 1:47 pm
    derpHoft commented:

    #45 August 13, 2012 at 1:36 pm
    Mad Hatter commented:

    Nice try in a failed attempt to say he’s a Socialist.

    I think you missed the point. Obama using the phrase “shared prosperity” does not make him a socialist. I was trying to point that out by citing Reagan and Romney (2 known non-socialists) as having used the same phrase.

    I think that YOU have missed the point. First, context counts. Obama’s context is quite different from Reagan’s.

    There are a number of things about Obama that make him not only a socialist, but more likely a communist.

    1. His mother and both of her parents who raised him were known members of the Communist party. Mama graduated from a high school in a WA state community that they moved to specifically because of the “curriculum.”

    2. His rhetoric is and has been right along literally an echo chamber of socialist sound bites.

    3. His membership in the New Party in Chicago.

    Need more?

  • Marmo

    Thanks for a thoughtful reply. Increases in the minimum wage seem beneficial to workers, but hurt businesses, which in turn hurt workers. Obama is certainly investing in the social safety net, but you can’t really call it an investment. It’s spending. Nobody wants for there to be absolutely no safety net, but Obama dropped the work requirement from welfare. He puts out ads urging people to sign up for welfare. He recruits participation of government dependency.

    We already have progressive taxation and the highest corporate income tax rates in the world.

    Yes to financial regulation. But why is Obama encouraging bankers to once again loan money to people at risk of not paying the money back? This is how the whole financial mess started.

  • befuddled

    Obama is only a socialist when he needs votes or when he needs money from those guilty rich Hollywood types. It’s easy to talk about spreading the wealth around when you can steal 500 million from the taxpayers to support your crony Oklahoma oil buddy.

  • Marmo

    I agree there is corruption on both sides. I support Congressional term limits, which I think would help alleviate the problem. I’m not saying Paul Ryan is squeaky clean, only that he is a great choice for me, considering his budget experience.

  • Rmoney

    Some highlights from Ryan’s voting record. Seems Mr. Free Market is at odds with the beliefs he espouses…

    Voted YES on terminating the Home Affordable mortgage Program. (Mar 2011)
    Voted YES on $192B additional anti-recession stimulus spending. (Jul 2009)
    Voted NO on modifying bankruptcy rules to avoid mortgage foreclosures. (Mar 2009)
    Voted NO on additional $825 billion for economic recovery package. (Jan 2009)
    Voted NO on monitoring TARP funds to ensure more mortgage relief. (Jan 2009)
    Voted YES on $15B bailout for GM and Chrysler. (Dec 2008)
    Voted NO on $60B stimulus package for jobs, infrastructure, & energy. (Sep 2008)
    Voted NO on defining “energy emergency” on federal gas prices. (Jun 2008)
    Voted NO on revitalizing severely distressed public housing. (Jan 2008)
    Voted NO on regulating the subprime mortgage industry. (Nov 2007)
    Voted YES on restricting bankruptcy rules. (Jan 2004)

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  • Rmoney


    You mean his budget plan which actually *increases* spending and does so faster than Obama’s plan on MedicAid and is basically identical on social security.

    It’s all a big con, once you wade through the smoke and mirrors there isn’t a real choice in the election, just more of the same phoney political grandstanding

  • kathteach

    #58 Rmoney – OK – here’s what I offer to you:

    Wisconsin’s Congressman (R-Janesville) Paul Ryan is different because he has grasped onto the third rail of politics….Medicare and SSI entitlement reforms….AND HE IS NOT ONLY STILL STANDING….he has 14,000 folks willing to meet him and his president Romney on a dime’s notice in Waukesha, Wi yesterday.

    He has electrified the GOP base but he has de-electrified the third rail of politics.

    And it’s about time our nation was blessed enough to find a guy capable of doing this.

  • Sarah

    1. Our prosperity already is shared. And generously. At home and abroad.
    2. The subtext suggests that we are just a bunch of greedy people. As if millions of Americans don’t already share their blessings with those in need. And not through government coersion, but through love and kindness.
    3. Obama is a traitor and must not be re-elected.
    4. Please make sure you are doing all that you can, and then some, every single day from now until Election Day to ensure #3 above.

  • bg
  • Rmoney


    Jeez, can’t you people see you are being conned by the hucksters. The medicare changes don’t even start ubtil 2023, kicked far enough into the long grass that you can guarantee nothing will happen. Obama/Romey and Ryan all havew one goal with government spending@:deliver as much of it into the pockets of their corporate sponsors as possible. If you think any of them gives a damn about the average American, or for making things better for the average American, you’re dreaming. All their phoney political differences are just there to distract you from the daylight robbery.

  • kathteach

    RMoney –

    You have no idea what awaits you with what we have all known about Ryan’s voting record (widely available on Huff Po and Daily Caller and many, many more blogs – you know – those places that you and your Obama campaign cannot delete because we save this kind of stuff on our hard drives and backups and…..get it?)

    Paul Ryan explains his votes for TARP, bailouts and tax on AIG bonuses

    Google more and learn why we are all so excited about Paul Ryan.

    Let’s match his ill-fated votes as a 13 year Congressman who actually showed up and engaged in the federal legislature called Congress compared to the ever absent and Machiavellian Obama’s measly two year record of idiocy.

    Bring it on, man. Any time.

  • TJexcite

    Why try anything when you can bask in the prosperity of others. Oh that is where the guns and labor camps come in. When people do not want to work and add to the collective prosperity you get forced to at gun point or just killed and save the shared food.

  • Sounds like the liberal version of Trickle down economics to me. The difference being in the liberal version the mechanism of distribution of wealth is through government confiscation whereas in the conservative version the mechanism of distribution is called a job.

  • kathteach

    Paul Ryan in an interview with Daily Caller explains – very well – his votes on TARP and AIG bailout (when he was told – like all the rest of Congress – that our country was in crisis and none of us would be able to get money from our ATM machines without this kind of vote)

    Ya’ll must remember this moment in Obama’s campaign in 2008 when both McCain and he suspended their campaigns to address the crash of September 2008?

    If you don’t remember, ya’ll should be Googling to catch up.

    It’s why Obama won in November 2008.

    Not an October surprise but a ……September surprise. you know – that one where Lehman Brothers diasppeared? WHere all the other Investment Banks empowered by President Clinton and Barney Frank collapsed and needed all our taxpayer dollars all of the sudden?


  • Rmoney


    I’m not interested in his (or any other politician’s) feeble excuses for acting in ways that are at odds with their stated principles. Mr. Free Market has voted for couintless billions of money for banksters, for failed car companies, and for inflating the costs of drugs to the Medicare programme by restricting the market.

    Isn’t it kind of disgusting for a guy who voted to tack billions of extra costs onto the Medicare programme to line the pockets of his corporate chums, to then play concern troll about the spiralling cost of medicare?

  • bg


    Utopian Dreams always sound more inviting
    than the reality of their consequences.. 🙁

    [What made this secular religion so utterly lethal was its seizure of all
    the state’s instrument of force and coercion and their immediate use
    to destroy or control all independent sources of power, such as the
    church, the professions, private businesses, schools, and, of course,
    the family.]


    [Churches have to recognize that they’ve got to be partners
    with the government. Business has an enormous role….]

    “I am confident that we can create a Kingdom right here on Earth.”

    [“I think that’s a healthy thing, that we’re not putting people in boxes,
    that everybody is out there trying to figure out how do we live right
    and how do we create a stronger America,” Obama said.]

    ‘We are God’s partners in matters of life and death’

    [The president ended the call by wishing the rabbis “shanah tovah,” or
    happy new year — in reference to the High Holidays a month from now.]

    ‘my individual salvation is not gonna come about
    without a collective salvation for the country’ ….

    [“…certain portions of the African American community are doing as bad,
    if not worse, uh, and recognizing that my fate remains tied up with their
    fates, uh, that my individual salvation is not going to come about without
    a collective salvation for the country. Um, unfortunately I think that
    recognition requires we make sacrifices and this country is not always
    been willing to make the sacrifices necessary to bring about a new day
    and a new age.”]

    scroll up/down for much more (#13)..


  • Patty


    David Brock’s Super PAC Releases Opposition Research Book on Paul Ryan

    Well-known for his erratic behavior, willingness to publish anti-semitic propaganda and anti-christian animus, Brock is on record announcing that he wants to be a “kingmaker in Democratic politics” and that he hopes his American Bridge super PAC will “be the liberal analogue to American Crossroads — which would make [him] the liberal analogue to Karl Rove.”

    Watch for more updates on David Brock’s interference in the presidential election campaign here at Breitbart News.


    copy of Brock’s marching orders to the media about Paul Ryan. Read on site.

    American Bridge Paul Ryan Research Book

  • mcc

    “Yup. He’s a Socialst…”

    Nothing gets Team BO running faster to DENY, DEFLECT, and DESTROY.

    Soooo, I’ll do my bit. Let’s connect the dots:

    Despite the mass media news blackout, a series of books, talk radio and the blogosphere have managed to expose Barack Obama’s connections to his radical mentors — Weather Underground bombers William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis and others. David Horowitz and his Discover the Networks.org have also contributed a wealth of information and have noted Obama’s radical connections since the beginning.

    Yet, no one to my knowledge has yet connected all the dots between Barack Obama and the Radical Left. When seen together, the influences on Obama’s life comprise a who’s who of the radical leftist movement, and it becomes painfully apparent that not only is Obama a willing participant in that movement, he has spent most of his adult life deeply immersed in it.

    But even this doesn’t fully describe the extreme nature of this candidate. He can be tied directly to a malevolent overarching strategy that has motivated many, if not all, of the most destructive radical leftist organizations in the United States since the 1960s.


    And for those who prefer ear to eye, listen to this:


  • Mekan

    Well I have an original idea of America where prosperity is earned, the family is strong, and those truly incapable of meaningful production are supported (not 49% of the nation).

  • Hugh

    Deranged psychotic.

  • bg


    “and they were dead serious”

    bit more here (#5), here, in connecting links & scroll thread/s for more..


  • Bob

    Obama’s Great leap forward.

  • Patty

    I guess, OT

    And so is his wifey pooh! Barf Alert!

    Obama In Iowa: “Michelle Has Told Me I Cannot Have A Fried Twinkie”

    Obama campaigns in Iowa, talks about visiting the state fair: “I think that I’m going to end at the state fair. Michelle has told me I cannot have a fried twinkie. But I will be checking out the butter cow and I understand this year there is a chocolate moose. I’m going to have to take a look at that if I can. The last time I went to the state fair the Secret Service let me do the bumper cars, but they said this year — I wasn’t president yet so I could do that, but not this time.”


    I want to throw up my lunch!!

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    “Or do we go backward to the same policies that got us in the mess in the first place?…”

    If we are to be gracious and take his claim that certain policies from the past are responsible for the current situation, what has he done to get us OUT of this mess? He’s been in office for already close to four long years. In the meantime, we’ve had trillion dollar-plus deficits, an unemployment rate that’s stuck in the 8-9% range, and ho-hum economic growth.

    Are we expected to believe that he’s going to somehow manage to do during a second term what should have been done during his first term?

  • kathteach

    Our current Axelrod troll Rmoney says:

    Isn’t it kind of disgusting for a guy who voted to tack billions of extra costs onto the Medicare programme to line the pockets of his corporate chums, to then play concern troll about the spiralling cost of medicare?

    No – it’s not disgusting AT ALL. Ryan has no corporate chums. This is what him and Romney so completely different – like a breath of fresh air – from the Chicago corrupted “We Bash Wall Street in Public but We Suck Wall Street’s Tits Dry” in private Obama curtain.

    The Obama curtain and his team are up to their neck in corporate chums. Are you friggin kidding? Big Pharm? Afsme? Trumka? Soros?

    Why I see Obama as a curtain is because he has nothing as an individual man…..he is so wound up in the puppet strings of Axelrod/Jarret/Michelle and a few of the academic idiots he still counts on……

    Our country is in a crisis because this Obama cannot be himself – EVER –

    Whenever he is, the world clucks their tongues. He is a Poser in Chief. Who the heck is this guy?

    We still do not know. And that is very scary. And certainly enough to never vote to re-elect him.

    No – in no way in any forum are Romney and Ryan disgusting.

    Go back to Daily Kos where you are welcome, Rmoney. Or just pick up your measly check from Axelrod and keep on truckin. We could care less.

    Just get ready for the landlside election no one saw coming ahead in November……and it will not be your puppet (guy).

  • mcc

    Why haven’t we seen Barry’s COLUMBIA TRANSCRIPTS? Why does no one remember him? Was he actually attending school? Or sitting at the knee of CLOWARD and PIVEN?

    From my link above:

    One of two things must be true. Either the Democrats are unfathomable idiots, who ignorantly pursue ever more destructive policies despite decades of contrary evidence, or they understand the consequences of their actions and relentlessly carry on anyway because they somehow benefit.

    I submit to you they understand the consequences. For many it is simply a practical matter of eliciting votes from a targeted constituency at taxpayer expense; we lose a little, they gain a lot, and the politician keeps his job. But for others, the goal is more malevolent – the failure is deliberate. Don’t laugh. This method not only has its proponents, it has a name: the Cloward-Piven Strategy. It describes their agenda, tactics, and long-term strategy.

    The Strategy was first elucidated in the May 2, 1966 issue of The Nation magazine by a pair of radical socialist Columbia University professors, Richard Andrew Cloward and Frances Fox Piven. David Horowitz summarizes it as:

    The strategy of forcing political change through orchestrated crisis. The “Cloward-Piven Strategy” seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse.

    Cloward and Piven were inspired by radical organizer [and Hillary Clinton mentor] Saul Alinsky:

    “Make the enemy live up to their (sic) own book of rules,” Alinsky wrote in his 1989 book Rules for Radicals. When pressed to honor every word of every law and statute, every Judeo-Christian moral tenet, and every implicit promise of the liberal social contract, human agencies inevitably fall short. The system’s failure to “live up” to its rule book can then be used to discredit it altogether, and to replace the capitalist “rule book” with a socialist one. (Courtesy Discover the Networks.org)

    As a Community Organizer, Barry taught Alinsky methods (you know the stuff Alinsky DEDICATED TO LUCIFER – that’s the sorry truth) – he was especially good at it, it was said…

    No surprise there. We all must have our gifts.

  • Rmoney


    He has the same kind of campaign donors as Romney and Obama; banksters and crooked corporations. Do you even bother checking your facts before arguing with people?

  • bg
  • attention in the compound…

    Post #30 is sarcasm

    that is all.

  • mcc

    Don’t miss bg’s #81 link to “dead serious” — I think I know what it is…

    Oh, yeah.

    It might explain why Barry would want Chairman Mao on his FIRST WH Christmas Tree!

    I’ll give you a hint if you’re still in the dark:

    Neither seems to have a problem with dead people. Lots of ’em.

    In fact, sometimes it’s a GOOD THING!

    Imagine that…

  • Team Obama Enforcement


    I suggest you quiet yourself down Mrs Kerrigan. We’re on to you, we don’t forgive and we don’t forget. Expect us.

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  • bg


    June 21, 2012

    4 Pinocchios for Obama’s newest anti-Romney ad

    [The Obama campaign fails to make its case. On just about every level,
    this ad is misleading, unfair and untrue, from the use of “corporate raider”
    to its examples of alleged outsourcing. Simply repeating the same
    debunked claims won’t make them any more correct.]

    July 2, 2012

    Obama’s new attacks on Romney and outsourcing

    [The Obama campaign moved quickly to define what the article
    said, claiming that this transfer of jobs took place while Romney
    ran Bain. That’s not what the original article said.

    Yet the campaign clearly seized on this report because their
    interpretation fit with a long-term “outsourcing” attack they
    have waged against Romney. One of their outsourcing ads
    before the article ran, in fact, earned Four Pinocchios. These
    new ads would not fare much better; there is little in the Post
    article that backs up the Obama campaign’s spin.]

    btw, they essentially gave it 4 Pinocchio’s, however, they
    managed to gave a lame cop-out grade anyways, go fig..


  • sandy

    Obama never changes his fundamental agenda — now he’s calling it shared prosperity. Why doesn’t he just call it shared failure. Oh yeah we are already sharing failure.

  • mcc


    More from my link above:

    Their strategy to create political, financial, and social chaos that would result in revolution blended Alinsky concepts with their more aggressive efforts at bringing about a change in U.S. government. To achieve their revolutionary change, Cloward and Piven sought to use a cadre of aggressive organizers assisted by friendly news media to force a re-distribution of the nation’s wealth.

    In their Nation article, Cloward and Piven were specific about the kind of “crisis” they were trying to create:

    By crisis, we mean a publicly visible disruption in some institutional sphere. Crisis can occur spontaneously (e.g., riots) or as the intended result of tactics of demonstration and protest which either generate institutional disruption or bring unrecognized disruption to public attention.

    No matter where the strategy is implemented, it shares the following features:

    1.The offensive organizes previously unorganized groups eligible for government benefits but not currently receiving all they can.
    2.The offensive seeks to identify new beneficiaries and/or create new benefits.
    3.The overarching aim is always to impose new stresses on target systems, with the ultimate goal of forcing their collapse.


  • derpHoft

    #60 August 13, 2012 at 1:52 pm
    Marmo commented:

    Nobody wants for there to be absolutely no safety net, but Obama dropped the work requirement from welfare.

    Completely untrue.

    We already have progressive taxation and the highest corporate income tax rates in the world.

    Progressive taxation – barely
    Highest corporate income tax rates. Not really if you look at effective corporate tax rates.

    Yes to financial regulation. But why is Obama encouraging bankers to once again loan money to people at risk of not paying the money back? This is how the whole financial mess started.

    You’ll need to give me some reference as to where Obama is encouraging high-risk loans, but in a broader sense bankers need to keep making loans to keep the economy running. And mortgage defaults were merely the straw that broke the camel’s back, the financial mess started well before that with deregulation (see Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000).

  • mcc


    Obama aided ACORN as their lead attorney in a successful suit he brought against the Illinois state government to implement the Motor Voter law there. The law had been resisted by Republican Governor Jim Edgars, who feared the law was an opening to widespread vote fraud.

    His fears were warranted as the Motor Voter law has since been cited as a major opportunity for vote fraud, especially for illegal immigrants, even terrorists. According to the Wall Street Journal: “After 9/11, the Justice Department found that eight of the 19 hijackers were registered to vote…”

    ACORN’s dual offensives on voting and illegal immigration are handy complements. Both swell the voter rolls with reliable democrats while assaulting the country ACORN seeks to destroy with overwhelming new problems.

    (Yeah…more from my link)

  • bg


    re: mcc #78/86/95 August 13, 2012

    he’s not alone re: the following & much more..

    Obama’s massive 2nd-term industry takeover plans (#6)

    [President Obama today boasted about government assistance
    to theauto industry while advocating extending such “success”
    to “every

    A new book released this week details Obama’s second-term plans
    to do just that, including federal government intervention to determine
    the “value” of individual jobs in the private sector instead of allowing
    employers to pay what they want.

    Also on tap is the possible initiation of a massive government-funded jobs
    program that could even include the re-creation of a 21st century version
    of FDR’s Works Progress Administration program within the Department of

    scroll for more, ie: #33 and #38 are


  • mcc

    Oh, goodness…I just read this:

    “You’ll need to give me some reference as to where Obama is encouraging high-risk loans…”#86, the derp

    Didn’t he do enough way back when…

    ACORN showed its colors again in 1991, by taking over the House Banking Committee room for two days to protest efforts to scale back the CRA. Obama represented ACORN in the Buycks-Roberson v. Citibank Fed. Sav. Bank, 1994 suit against redlining. Most significant of all, ACORN was the driving force behind a 1995 regulatory revision pushed through by the Clinton Administration that greatly expanded the CRA and laid the groundwork for the Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac borne financial crisis we now confront. Barack Obama was the attorney representing ACORN in this effort. With this new authority, ACORN used its subsidiary, ACORN Housing, to promote subprime loans more aggressively.

    As a New York Post article describes it:

    A 1995 strengthening of the Community Reinvestment Act required banks to find ways to provide mortgages to their poorer communities. It also let community activists intervene at yearly bank reviews, shaking the banks down for large pots of money.

    Banks that got poor reviews were punished; some saw their merger plans frustrated; others faced direct legal challenges by the Justice Department.

    (Yep. You can read all about it at that pesky link..)

  • mcc


    We have heard about Bomber Bill [that would be Barry’s buddy, Ayers], but we hear little about fellow SDS member Carl Davidson. According to Discover the Networks, Davidson was an early supporter of Barack Obama and a prominent member of Chicago’s New Party, a synthesis of CPUSA [yeah, that’s COMMUNIST PARTY USA] members, Socialists, ACORN veterans and other radicals. Obama sought and received the New Party’s endorsement, and they assisted with his campaign. The New Party also developed a strong relationship with ACORN. As an excellent article on the New Party observes: “Barack Obama knew what he was getting into and remains an ideal New Party candidate.”

    (Same link…)

  • bg


    derpHoft et al

    UPDATE 3-US regulator says no to Obama mortgage write-down plan

    Obama furthers his plans of US downfall with another housing bubble

    [Investments turned into fraud through
    government sanctioned enactments

    By abolishing the Glass Steagall Act, Democrats were able to attain two goals. 1) To allow banks, lenders, and investment firms to merge and engage in conflicts of interest. 2) To allow Democrat pressure to force banks to accelerate their high risk minority targeted mortgages which would result in huge losses. Now investment firms could bundle real estate backed securities and derivatives based upon these worthless, destined to fail, mortgage portfolios and sell them to their customers who were led to believe they could expect an excellent return on their money. A ticking time bomb had been set into motion.]

    Juky 25, 2012

    Wall Street Legend Sandy Weill: Break Up the Big Banks

    July 28, 2012

    Even the Guy Who Destroyed Glass-Steagall Wants it Back Now

    [I find it galling when an ill-informed leftist tries to debate the role of
    government with a Tea Party advocate and goes to the tired argument,
    “Since you’re against paying taxes, I guess you don’t want paved roads
    or police or firefighters!” Somewhere, somehow a large number of people
    seemed to have picked up the erroneous notion that we are anarchists.
    We are not. We understand the role of taxes and the role of government.
    What we take exception to, however, is the flagrant disregard for other
    peoples’ money and the ever-expanding role of government in citizens’
    lives. We object not to the existence of either tax obligations nor
    government; we object to the sheer size of both.

    To that end, people are often dumbfounded when I explain to them
    that I am not against minimal banking regulations. Capitalism functions
    best with minimal regulation, not when it’s a free-for-all. In the wake
    of our economic catastrophe, there has been much talk as to who’s
    at fault. I am of the belief that there were many factors; numerous
    pillars of our economy crumbled nearly simultaneously. While the left
    love to point the finger at a lack of banking regulations, it was the
    arm-twisting of banks by the government to take on toxic loans that
    could and would never be repaid. It was a hostile environment
    towards business. It was over-unionization, and yes, it was also the
    absence of one vital piece of banking regulation that helped bring us
    to where we are at. Yes, I’m talking about Glass-Steagall.]

    Burning Down The House: What Caused Our Economic Crisis? (#57)


  • mcc


    As a community activist for ACORN; as a leadership trainer for ACORN; as a lead organizer for ACORN’s Project Vote; as an attorney representing ACORN’s successful efforts to impose Motor Voter regulations in Illinois; as ACORN’s representative in lobbying for the expansion of high risk housing loans through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that led to the current crisis; as a recipient of their assistance in his political campaigns — both with money and campaign workers; it is doubtful that he was unaware of ACORN’s true goals. It is doubtful he was unaware of the Cloward-Piven Strategy.

    Fast-forward to 2005 when an obsequious, servile and scraping Daniel Mudd, CEO of Fannie Mae spoke at the Congressional Black Caucus swearing in ceremony for newly-elected Illinois Senator, Barack Obama. Mudd called, the Congressional Black Caucus “our family” and “the conscience of Fannie Mae.”

    In 2005, Republicans sought to rein in Fannie and Freddie. Senator John McCain was at the forefront of that effort. But it failed due to an intense lobbying effort put forward by Fannie and Freddie.

    In his few years as a U.S. senator, Obama has received campaign contributions of $126,349, from Fannie and Freddie, second only to the $165,400 received by Senator Chris Dodd, who has been getting donations from them since 1988. What makes Obama so special?

    His closest advisers are a dirty laundry list of individuals at the heart of the financial crisis: former Fannie Mae CEO Jim Johnson; Former Fannie Mae CEO and former Clinton Budget Director Frank Raines; and billionaire failed Superior Bank of Chicago Board Chair Penny Pritzker.

    Johnson had to step down as adviser on Obama’s V.P. search after this gem came out:

    An Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO) report[1] from September 2004 found that, during Johnson’s tenure as CEO, Fannie Mae had improperly deferred $200 million in expenses. This enabled top executives, including Johnson and his successor, Franklin Raines, to receive substantial bonuses in 1998.[2] A 2006 OFHEO report[3] found that Fannie Mae had substantially under-reported Johnson’s compensation. Originally reported as $6-7 million, Johnson actually received approximately $21 million.

    Obama denies ties to Raines but the Washington Post calls him a member of “Obama’s political circle.” Raines and Johnson were fined $3 million by the Office of Federal Housing Oversight for their manipulation of Fannie books. The fine is small change however, compared to the $50 million Raines was able to obtain in improper bonuses as a result of juggling the books.

    Most significantly, Penny Pritzker, the current Finance Chairperson of Obama’s presidential campaign helped develop the complicated investment bundling of subprime securities at the heart of the meltdown. She did so in her position as shareholder and board chair of Superior Bank. The Bank failed in 2001, one of the largest in recent history, wiping out $50 million in uninsured life savings of approximately 1,400 customers. She was named in a RICO class action law suit but doesn’t seem to have come out of it too badly.

    As a young attorney in the 1990s, Barack Obama represented ACORN in Washington in their successful efforts to expand Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) authority. In addition to making it easier for ACORN groups to force banks into making risky loans, this also paved the way for banks like Superior to package mortgages as investments, and for the Government Sponsored Enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to underwrite them. These changes created the conditions that ultimately lead to the current financial crisis.

    Did they not know this would occur? Were these smart people, led by a Harvard graduate, unaware of the Econ 101 concept of moral hazard that would result from the government making implicit guarantees to underwrite private sector financial risk? They should have known that freeing the high-risk mortgage market of risk, calamity was sure to ensue. I think they did.

    *****Barack Obama, the Cloward-Piven candidate, no matter how he describes himself, has been a radical activist for most of his political career. That activism has been in support of organizations and initiatives that at their heart seek to tear the pillars of this nation asunder in order to replace them with their demented socialist vision. Their influence has spread so far and so wide that despite their blatant culpability in the current financial crisis, they are able to manipulate Capital Hill politicians to cut them into $140 billion of the bailout pie!

    God grant those few responsible yet remaining in Washington, DC the strength to prevent this massive fraud from occurring. God grant them the courage to stand up in the face of this Marxist tidal wave.*****

    Jim Simpson is a former White House staff economist and budget analyst. His writings have been published in American Thinker, Washington Times, FrontPage Magazine, DefenseWatch, Soldier of Fortune and others. His blog is Truth and Consequences..
    on “Barack Obama and the Strategy of Manufactured Crisis”
    (sorry…those stars are mine)

    Soooo, guess it’s safe to assume Barry’s a liar…

  • derpHoft

    # 99 mcc

    The CRA had had little to do with the mortgage crisis.

    #101 bg

    Please do some research on who repealed Glass-Steagall. (Hint: Gramm(R)–Leach(R)–Bliley Act(R) )

  • Mary

    Three years ago, this month, I saw a column by Marilyn vos Savant regarding ‘redistribution’ of wealth. Basically, the answer was: if you collected all the wealth from everyone and redistributed it evenly, each person would have $9000. Period.
    My question is this: Then what?

  • bg


    derpHoft #103 August 13, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    blah, blah, blah, talk is cheap, some cheaper than others, obviously..


  • jb books

    Am I the only one who seees the stunning irony in the use of the term “progressive” to describe those on the left? This approach to governance, from a social, political, cultural or econominc perspective is anything but “progressive”, and has been demonstrated time and again to not work. Just look back to the 20th century and pick your failed example.

  • mcc

    #103 derp

    Pick that bone with Jim Simpson.

    Try to deny this:

    Barack Obama, the Cloward-Piven candidate, no matter how he describes himself, has been a radical activist for most of his political career. That activism has been in support of organizations and initiatives that at their heart seek to tear the pillars of this nation asunder in order to replace them with their demented socialist vision.


    “Barack Obama…seek[s] to tear the pillars of this nation asunder in order to replace them with [his] demented socialist vision.”

    “Yep. He’s a Socialist…”

  • [email protected]

    #75 August 13, 2012 at 2:29 pm
    Rmoney commented:

    Isn’t it kind of disgusting for a guy who voted to tack billions of extra costs onto the Medicare programme to line the pockets of his corporate chums, to then play concern troll about the spiralling cost of medicare?

    Isn’t it kind of disgusting to be a sore loser Ron Paul supporter?

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  • bg


    derpHoft #103 August 13, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    Bill Clinton Admits “I Was Wrong”

    10 Years Later, Looking at Repeal of Glass-Steagall

    [But 10 years ago, the revocation of Glass-Steagall drew few critics. In
    the House, 155 Democrats and 207 Republicans voted for the measure,
    while 51 Democrats, 5 Republicans and 1 independent opposed it. Fifteen
    members did not vote.

    One of the leading voices of dissent was Senator Byron L. Dorgan,
    Democrat of North Dakota. He warned that reversing Glass-Steagall
    and implementing the Republican-backed Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
    was a mistake whose repercussions would be felt in the future.

    “I think we will look back in 10 years’ time and say we should not have
    done this, but we did because we forgot the lessons of the past, and
    that that which is true in the 1930s is true in 2010,” Mr. Dorgan said
    10 years ago. “We have now decided in the name of modernization to
    forget the lessons of the past, of safety and of soundness.”

    Mr. Dorgan still feels the same way. “I thought reversing Glass-
    Steagall would set us up for dramatic failure and that is exactly
    what has happened,” the senator told DealBook on Thursday.
    “To fuse together the investment banking function with the
    F.D.I.C. banking function has proven to be a profound mistake.”]

    oh btw comprehension ace..

    [The law was chipped away at throughout the 80′s with
    “reinterpretations” of the law and tricky maneuvering. Finally,
    in 1998, Sandy Weill and John Reed merged Traveler’s Insurance
    Group with Citicorp to form Citigroup and put the last nail in the
    coffin of Glass-Steagall. The creation of the financial supermarket
    and simultaneous eradication of Glass-Steagall provided millions
    of dollars for those involved, contributed to a volatile market and
    helped create the atmosphere of hostility the left shows towards
    anyone that makes more than minimum wage. Thanks to the leaders
    of these financial supermarkets, we must now endure years of
    unnecessary governmental regulations, such as the Dodd-Frank Act.


    Ridiculously enough, former Senator Chris Dodd, best known as one
    -half of the geniuses that brought us the catastrophic Dodd-Frank
    Act, has declared that he is against splitting up the banks. The one
    financial provision that allows for an accurate risk/benefit analysis on
    the part of the investor, Dodd is against. However, his convoluted Act
    that demonizes risk, ties the hands of lending institutions and passes
    costs onto consumers, is A-okay.]

    ps: the Reps are the new Dems, the old Dems are the new Progs =
    same as the old Commies by any other name, and albeit both suck,
    one is pro-plantation the other is pro-freedom.. i’m a JFK TP Rep..


  • [email protected]

    What?! Did he go off prompter again?!

  • roberta

    (#12 August 13, 2012 at 1:02 pm
    derpHoft commented: “These are plans for implementation, reducing the cost of government, reducing the burden on the people and getting a prosperity that will be shared by all.”
    – That Socialist Ronald Reagan in 1980.)

    **derpHoft** Ronald Reagan quote? I don’t think so. prove it.

  • derpHoft

    lmao @bg

    from your own post:

    “One of the leading voices of dissent was Senator Byron L. Dorgan,
    Democrat of North Dakota. He warned that reversing Glass-Steagall
    and implementing the Republican-backed Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
    was a mistake whose repercussions would be felt in the future”

    Clinton signed and regretted it…I doubt Gramm, Leach or Bliley feel the same.

  • derpHoft

    #112 August 13, 2012 at 4:58 pm
    roberta commented:

    see post #31

  • bg


    derpHoft #113 August 13, 2012 at 4:59 pm

    yes, i know, there was also ONE Republican who was as anti as Dorgan..

    however: the following is key..

    [But 10 years ago, the revocation of Glass-Steagall drew few critics. In
    the House, 155 Democrats and 207 Republicans voted for the measure,
    while 51 Democrats, 5 Republicans and 1 independent opposed it. Fifteen
    members did not vote.

    i don’t care if GP, you, or anyone else refuses to partake of “context”..
    like i said, TRUTH needs to be #1 in this race, not slight of post, slip of
    the tongue, nor pictures with cutting little captions iow: unsubstantive
    balderdash.. we the need truth, we need the facts, and we need them ”
    in context”, not quickie labels ala Dems favorite pastime, one seemingly
    adopted by supposed Reps of late..


  • derpHoft


    Fair enough, both parties can share some of the blame for the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.

    But the most shocking revelation….you and I can actually agree on something: Bring back Glass-Steagal.

  • USMC Thomas

    Hey Spike Lee, I waiting for your check of some of that shared prosperity SØBama believes you wealthy should share with us less fortunate.
    I just want my fair share for helping build your business.

  • how come in the liberals economy they never share the work.

  • bg


    btw derpHoft..

    that’s where Obama et al housing bubble comes
    in, believe, if anyone, we can surely thank Dodd..


  • yoy

    Guess who said that (or guess who said that first):

  • bg


    yoy #120 August 13, 2012 at 5:46 pm

    pretty tricky.. NOT

    things that more or less mean the same have
    been uttered over & over throughout history..

    how dumbed down are we??

    verily.. *sigh*


  • Marmo

    Sorry, I had to get back to work.

    Causes of 2008 finacial collapse

    No, it wasn’t specifically the CRA, but the problem was toxic mortgages. Nobody is blameless in this, so it’s not really a debatable issue as to who caused it.

    Obama pushes banks to make bad loans

    As for increasing entitlement spending (government dependency) , ok so Obama granted the states the ability to waive work requirements for welfare recipients. Valerie Jarrett and Pelosi have both said that unemployment checks stimulate the economy. Ag Secretary Vilsack said food stamps stimulate the economy. No wonder spending and participation in these two areas has dramatically increased. You can Google these things yourself.

  • bigL

    None of these elected posts are forever. If Obama is defeated, and the govt changes over, then after 4 yrs he can run again and be elected again.That would be horrible. But the Congress is not for life either.
    Let’s throw a lot of them out including some do-nothing 2010er Gops.Try someone else with conservative ideas Then in 2 years the prior occupant(s) can stage a come-back.
    Lets throw out the current president and his junta and get some new ideas. That is the specialty of the USA, try something else. That is the way it was planned in the 1780’s, I beleive.
    this current plan is not working.
    Are we going to be free or subjects to a huge govt with life-time masters? Let’s try free again.

  • Katie

    After 4 years of rampant unemployment and underemployment (for which he/they did nothing to make an atmosphere in which there was work–and often the opposite), I’m gathering Obama & friends’ blatant coming out with socialist ideology means they think the time is finally ripe that people will gladly accept their fundamental change of America.

    But I’m going to guess, this doesn’t include their wealth. After all, that’s their’s–they built that wealth, right?

  • BarbaraS

    He doesn’t practice what he preaches, does he? I haven’t seen him sharing doodlum squat.

  • Flintstone F.

    3 1/2 years of economic standstill, is old and tired. Obama’s policies are old and tired. The mess he speaks of, as if he’s just stumbled upon it with five months left in his term, is old and tired.

    The policies of the past and present are Obama’s. He’s been rolling around in the mess more than anybody else.

    “You didn’t build that…”
    “You need to spread the wealth around…”
    “…a new vision of an America in which prosperity is shared.”
    “Your energy costs will necessarily skyrocket…”
    “We need to slow society down so that technology can catch up…”

    (I’m sure there’s more on his list of leftist/commie statements).

  • kathteach

    Hmmmm….hwy folks. This bozo poster wants to intimidate poor old me – kathteach. This forum is one of the only places I feel comfy……are we OK with this?

    BTW – I am not their Mrs. Kerrigan – have no idea who they are…or what they mean with that reference……and they kind of give me the creeps for a minute but no – wait…..I get that they are Axelrod folks and THEY get that I and others who read this forum regularly are ON TO THEM,

    OK – now I feel better. And all I can say is they better expect all of us in November……behind every blade of grass in America will be a VOTER (and almost all of us will be in the flyover country of the Midwest). Take that you big city punks on both coasts.

    I suggest\est that they NOT quiet themselves down at all. Keep the Baloney Sausage coming. We need your BS to remind us all of the mistake we made in 2008 with Obama. Keep it coming, looney left. We are so sick of you all – you have no idea.

    However – you will get the idea in November.

    I can’t wait.

    I still do not know how to italicize their comment but here it is:

    #91 August 13, 2012 at 3:00 pm
    Team Obama Enforcement commented:


    I suggest you quiet yourself down Mrs Kerrigan. We’re on to you, we don’t forgive and we don’t forget. Expect us.

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  • Rmoney

    Ahhh, lugnuts…


    If not Ron PAUL! I am going to auger it into the ground and vote for the bigger socialist.


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  • bg


    kathteach #127 August 13, 2012 at 8:33 pm

    just tell them to take a long walk off a short pier and forget about
    them, most in here can spot a troll by the first few words they use,
    ergo, don’t pay much attention to them.. lest of course it’s to post
    facts aimed to smash their pumpkins, i mean rebut their insanity, uh,
    whatever.. 😀


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  • billy sol

    sociist? he’s a Markist!

  • billy sol

    i should have checked my spelling! Socialist . .. he’s a comitted Marxist!

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  • Mike Bell

    Remarkable to see Obama campaign as if he has not been the POTUS for the past 4 years. Like he’s running against an incumbent. lol. Nobody thinks to ask: where have you been the past 4 years? What have you done for us? Why didn’t you do what you’re promising now during your first term?

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  • Dr Karl Stalin

    If it walks like a duck……

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  • stan_in_usa

    Take advice from the old Smith Barney investment company slogan – ‘They make money the old fashion way, they EARN it’.

  • Tom

    Why is anyone surprised by statements like these from Obama? He has been a Marxisit since his college days. The Democrats and his compliant useful idiots in the major media has disgued Obama as a middle liberal Democrat, or maybe a Socialist- but his philosophy and world view have always been far more radical and he is in fact a Marxist.

    The policies he has implemented and Deion’s he’s has taken the last 3 years show his hand. He can never come out and really say whO he is but if he gets reflected he will attempt to grab yet more power to transform this nation. Voters need to be aware and understand Obama will lie, cheat, steal, and stop at nothing to get reflected. We better all wake up or it will be too late for this country.

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