Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

Republicans vs. Marxists: How about a truth in labeling law for politics?

Written By: Bob - Mar• 12•12

I don’t think it comes as a shock to anyone that there are just a precious few Democrats left in the Democratic Party. Most of those that remain serve on the local or state level. At the federal level, radicals have slowly but consistently pushed the power structure of the party to the left, to the point that John F. Kennedy was still alive (and hadn’t been sniped by a communist), he would be stunned that the Marxists he almost took us to nuclear war against, have now usurped the House minority, the Senate majority, and the White House.

“But Bob, you go too far.”

“That’s pure hyperbole.”

“Suck it, Trebek.”

No, no, and no.

We have to look no further than the President himself.

Barack Hussein Obama was born to a devoutly communist father and radically-left wing mother. As he grew he was mentored by a child-raping communist poet (Frank Marshall Davis), and was a champion of Critical Race Theory in college, itself based upon an deadly intersection of racism and Marxism. It was a movement his wife Michelle Obama also supported. After college, though their early political lives, and right up until it became inconvenient during the 2008 political campaign, Mr. and Mrs. Obama attended Trinity United Church of Christ, a radical sect built upon Black Liberation Theology. Like Critical Race Theory, Black Liberation Theology was based upon a toxic mix of Black Separatism and Supremacy, combined with an unabashedly Marxist political view.

When the President today speaks of people “paying their fair share,” he means the “equality” of applied Marxism. When he championed Van Jones, he did so because he shares Jones’ unabashedly communist views.

I am not saying that communist and socialist views should not be debated in American politics. I feel that any and all ideas should be explored, as the constant battle of ideas keeps the nation strong and intellectually curious.

What i do find objectionable is the subterfuge.

There are precious few Democrats left in the Democratic Party, and none in positions of power on the federal level. they have been usurped by politicians that are more accurately Marxists, communists,  and socialists. They claim that they are not, but their rhetoric and votes betray otherwise.

The Democratic Party has been without Democrats for years. Own your Marxist core, and quit cravenly calling yourself Democrats when that is not who you are.

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  1. louielouie says:

    in elections in the 20s & 30s there were communists listed on the presidential ballots as such.
    while bob makes an excellent post, i think he is amiss on one key point, and that is the subject of the post, labeling. take for example the country formerly known as the GDR, the german democratic republic, you know, east germany. now if you want false advertising there’s a case for ‘ya.
    where i’m going with this is that subterfuge IS the core. it is their foundation.
    left is right.
    up is down.
    in is out.
    good is bad.
    day is night.
    come on.
    you got it.
    you can say it with me.
    when all is said and done, vladimir putin ran for the presidency of the soviet union, don’t give me that crap about russia, because he couldn’t get the nomination of the dhimmocratic party in the US. he’s not socialist enough.